5 October 2010 by Lucy
The Museum of Liverpool is due to open next summer, 2011, and curators need your help!
One of the star features of the new museum will be an immersive film, taking visitors right into the heart of the city’s passion for football, exploring our unique connections to the game.
We are currently in the process of filming sequences for the film, and in order for it to be as authentic as possible, we need to borrow certain things.
If you have any of the following articles, please get in touch with Katie Brown on 0151 478 4069 or email@example.com before Thursday 7 October, who will make arrangements to collect your item.
Your object will be worn by a young Everton and Liverpool fan in a part of the film that looks at the incredible success of our teams in the 1980s. It will be returned to you safely by the end of the week. The film will be shown in a gallery dedicated to Liverpool’s creativity and sporting culture when the Museum of Liverpool opens next summer.
We are looking for the following pieces:
1984 Everton ‘Hafnia’ Everton kit (in kids’ size)
1984 Liverpool ‘Crown Paints’ Kit (in kids’ size)
1984 Milk Cup Final Hat for Liverpool & Everton
1984 Milk Cup Final rosette / memorabilia Wembley Trophy football
You can listen to curator Paul Gallagher talking about the appeal on Tony Snell in the Morning on BBC Radio Merseyside, at 2.22.36 hours in.
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