Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram has launched a new project to tackle racial inequality faced by young people across the Liverpool City Region. Generations for Change is part of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority’s Race Equality Programme, launched last year to tackle systemic racial inequality and drive change with people from the city region’s Black, Asian and ethnic minority communities.
When the bridges at Seacombe Ferry Terminal were first installed, Queen Victoria was on the throne and Liverpool FC were two years from being formed. The giant linkspan bridges are now being replaced after withstanding everything the Mersey's thrown at them for more than 130 years. As part of the £7m project, original cast iron anchors holding the landing stage in place since 1890 were brought to the surface. The anchors are so well preserved they will continue to be used. The landing stage will also be revamped as part of the work that started in December.
The Liverpool City Region Cultural Compact Strategic Action Plan - recognises the key role that arts and culture play in the city region’s economy.
The winners were revealed in a unique online ceremony broadcast into hundreds of homes.
The awards are being celebrated in an online ceremony this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Who will be your winner? Vote now!
The finalists in the 2020 Liverpool City Region Culture and Creativity Awards have been chosen from more than 700 nominations in a huge show of support for the cultural sector across the whole city region.
You now have until Monday 16th November 2020 to enter.
Liverpool City Region Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram has launched the nominations for this year’s Culture and Creativity Awards.
The Liverpool City Region’s Music Fund has supported more than 50 music industry businesses.