I had to go for my yearly blood test today, I was in and out within 15 minutes so decided to go in to town to see if I could get myself a new winter coat. As the bus passed St George's Hall I noticed a sign for the Heritage Centre so decided to go in for a look. The Hall was reopened on April 23rd 2007 by The Prince of Wales, after a £23m restoration and has been carefully restored to its former glory. I can remember My Mum taking my brother and I to visit it during the early 1970's but only parts of it have been used over the past 20 years because it was left to deteriorate. Unfortunately I didn't take my camera but I'm going back soon to take photos because it is full of inspiration.
Try this website for a virtual tour if you want to get a taste of the place , and if you every get to come to Liverpool you have to see it for yourselves.
On the 3rd floor there is a photo exhibition called 'Look up Liverpool' . We spend so much time rushing from place to place we don't think to look up so we miss some of the amazing architecture that is above our heads.
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