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    WORK will begin on a 17m safe haven for abused children in Liverpool this week.

    Ringo Starr and the Prime Minister will send messages of support for the groundbreaking ceremony of the Daily Post-backed Safe Place Appeal's project.

    At 11am on Thursday, John Hargreaves, the chairman of Matalan and the appeal, will put on a hard hat and drive a JCB to make the initial excavation at the Great Homer Street market site.

    Mr Hargreaves helped launch the appeal nearly two years ago with a 6m donation.

    He said: "I launched this project because I am committed to ensuring that children have the chance they should have as a fundamental right of a happy childhood free from the threat of abuse and harm.

    "I wanted to do all I could to make this happen in the city and the area where I was born and brought up.

    "My wish for this project is that it will be a safe haven and a beacon of hope for children in Liverpool and across Merseyside."



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    Seems like a good project. But it's a d amn shame they're needed.

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