Over 1000 signatures!

I am very proud to announce that we have over 1100 signatures on our petition now!
We will be presenting this to Liverpool City council in due course. Again this is to make them aware of how important it is to the people of Liverpool. That we believe the facade should be kept and incorporated into any new plans for the Lime Street regeneration plan.
The petition will stay running however as this is by no means the end if our campaign, if anything it is merely the beginning! We need to keep the momentum up so please keep spreading the word, get people to sign, have a look at the blog and input any details of memories they have.
Today BBC Radio Merseyside contacted me with details of the projectionist who worked at the Futurist from when it got taken over by ABC until its closure! He’s a lovely guy who has film footage of the interior for me! I can’t wait to see it, ill also get it put up onto the blog if I can for everyone to see.
Ill be in touch soon with details of our next meeting, we may have an informal get together tomorrow evening on lark lane but will arrange a proper meeting in the near future giving everyone who wants to attend some decent notice.
Have a good weekend everyone & remember #savethefuturist 😄

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3 thoughts on “Over 1000 signatures!

  1. Hi In Mal Bickley and I was an assistant Manager at ABC Birkenhead with Rod Skelding also did a relief at the Futurist probably 1969. Vic Moss was The manager ABC Birkenhead. I moved on to Manchester and later Glasgow.

  2. The projectionist must be Eric Norgate. I was asst manager there from 1970 to 1971 with Rod Skelding and manager Stan Macaree. Loved my time there, and love to meet up with former colleagues. I wish you every success in your efforts, regards

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