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Liverpool Children’s Festival on William Brown Street

3 August 2007 by Sam

Anyone in the area this afternoon will have noticed that the usually tranquil William Brown Street was a riot of noise and colour. Our roving reporter Laura Johnson couldn’t resist going to see what all the fuss was about:


families in sand pit in front of the Walker Art Gallery

Surf’s up outside the Walker

“The children of Liverpool took control of William Brown Street today. With the kids in charge the only rules were to have fun!

So a sandy beach arrived outside the Walker Art Gallery, dancers and musicians performed on the steps to the old entrance of World Museum Liverpool and William Brown Street was invaded with stilt walkers, jugglers, face painters and role players.”

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