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Artist of the Week- Jamie Webster

Let me get this straight. I don’t like Liverpool FC, sorry Jamie, if you’re reading, but I don’t. And I will admit to have ignored Jamie Webster’s musical charm for the majority of the last 18 months, on the pretence that all he sang was Liverpool songs. 751 more words

Wanderer at Large: Lake District

A tour guide’s all-time favourite UK places.

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This autumn, Visit Britain, the marketing arm of the British tourist industry, is launching its ‘Great British Staycation Campaign’ to encourage people to holiday in the UK. 1,669 more words

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Hamstrings and Shoestrings: Chances Of A West Ham Upset At Liverpool Torn Apart By Antonio Injury

We all knew it was going to happen, it was only a case of just when. Still, the reports that Michail Antonio could be out for anywhere up to 4 or 6 weeks have come as an unwelcome blow, as West Ham prepare for their annual outing to Anfield. 1,130 more words


Football is “big business” and “big business” has no morals or rules

“For too long certain people have been trying to hijack football clubs in order to exploit fans financially or as part of larger more immoral scheme” 967 more words

Geoffrey Lea Higgins 1887-1915 and Harold Lea Higgins 1895-1915

The Higgins Brothers in the West Kirby Book of Remembrance

Many family tragedies have so far been described on this website, but few could be more poignant than this one – the story not just of a pair of brothers who died in the same war, but during the same year and in the same month, in consequence of their involvement in the same battle, whilst serving with the same regiment. 955 more words

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Beethoven, Bartók

My second concert at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall featured a (relatively) full orchestra.  The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic performed Beethoven‘s Piano Concerto #5 with soloist  564 more words