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Aigburth Family Centre’s cityscape unveiled

30 May 2008 by Sam

3 children in front of large collage of the Liverpool skyline

Alex Shears has had another busy day at the Aigburth Family Centre, who started making their own Liverpool cityscape yesterday. Here’s her update on their very own work of art:


“The second day at Aigburth Family Centre began with tons of excitement as we met Chris; a brilliant cartoon artist who helped the children to draw pictures of each other (not to mention power rangers!) We stuck on lots of cartoons and photos of the children’s faces but made sure to leave room fo children who come to the centre in the future. In the afternoon we came up with a name for the picture and made a big sign so everyone could see what it is called… ‘My Liverpool’.

The picture is going to go on display in the entrance to Aigburth family centre to welcome everyone in.”

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