Join a fundraising evening of debate around heritage in Liverpool and how old buildings can bring new life to communities.
The event is hosted by Lister Steps, a well-established community charity in L13, currently undertaking the restoration of Grade II listed The Old Library on Green Lane.
They’ll be joined by like-minded organisations and individuals to debate why heritage buildings in the city are important, the impact they can have on people and how they can be used to improve lives and regenerate communities.
The evening will begin with light refreshments and networking opportunities, followed by presentations from key speakers.
Speakers include Gerry Proctor from Engage Liverpool, Jo Harrop from PlacED and Steph Harrison from Regenda.
They will share their experiences of regeneration in Liverpool City Region and consider the key role heritage has to play in our built environment and our local communities.
You will also be able to purchase raffle tickets on the night with your chance to win fabulous experiences at hotels, restaurants and venues across the city.
They also hope to share information on The Old Library project, inspire people to get involved, and raise vital funds so they can re-open the cherished building as a space where the community can come together to learn, celebrate and have fun.
Tickets include light refreshments.