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    I've got a meet next week at The Athenaeum about a project called Liverpool's Original Seven Streets. Gardens (Paul) heard that you have offered your services doing the film shoots in this project. Look forward to meeting up some time


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    Castle Street, Dale Street, Bank Street, Juggler Street, Chapel Street, Moor Street and Whiteacre Street; three of these have kept their original name to the present day, Castle Street, Chapel Street and Dale Street.
    Bank Street (Water Street) formed the southern upright of the H, running past the site of the present town hall into Dale Street.
    The northern upright of the H consisted of Chapel Street, which continued into Moor Street (Tithebarn Street), these were connected in the middle by Juggler Street (High Street) which ran south into Castle Street, and north into Whiteacre Street (Old Hall Street).
    There were two crosses in Juggler Street, the High cross at the junction with Dale Street and the White Cross at the junction with Chapel Street
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    David Charters from the Echo will be interviewing Brenda Murray (Liverpool History Society) in the Athenaeum next Wednesday, so expect an article about the seven streets next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scouserdave View Post
    David Charters from the Echo will be interviewing Brenda Murray (Liverpool History Society) in the Athenaeum next Wednesday, so expect an article about the seven streets next week.
    Brilliant, I'll be looking forward to it
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    I received an email from Pat today, a website has been created for the project;

    http://www.liverpools7streets.co.uk/

    It only lists the street at the moment, keep an eye on it for updates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Gardens View Post
    I received an email from Pat today, a website has been created for the project;

    http://www.liverpools7streets.co.uk/

    It only lists the street at the moment, keep an eye on it for updates.
    I registered it last week. Hopefully there'll be something on it when I return from Liverpool later this week.

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    BTW, meeting up with Tony Brown afterwards, so expect a 100 Heads thread with a few photies

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    Hiya Dave. I think we met briefly at the Little Italy plaque unveiling (the 2nd one on the Pontack Wall) - it was afterwards in the Bishop Goss (st. Joey's) old school dinner hall where they were serving tea and biccies. Pat has been in touch with me also and I eargerly await the site being fully up and running and will see if I can contribute to it. Well done.

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    Hiya Ged,
    I remember that. I really wanted to have a good chat with you, but I was looking after my mum at the time who was badly ill and couldn't stay too long. Sadly she passed away 11 days later on the 27th Feb.

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    Sorry to hear that Dave, we'll no doubt catch up again.

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    A load of us had an Echo interview with David Charters in The Athenaeum yesterday afternoon. He told us that it will go out Feb 3rd. He asked me for other website links relating to the 7 original streets. Checked out Yo

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    Quote Originally Posted by scouserdave;31912
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    Castle Street, Dale Street, Bank Street, Juggler Street, Chapel Street, Moor Street and Whiteacre Street; three of these have kept their original name to the present day, Castle Street, Chapel Street and Dale Street.
    Bank Street (Water Street) formed the southern upright of the H, running past the site of the present town hall into Dale Street.
    The northern upright of the H consisted of Chapel Street, which continued into Moor Street (Tithebarn Street), these were connected in the middle by Juggler Street (High Street) which ran south into Castle Street, and north into Whiteacre Street (Old Hall Street).
    There were two crosses in Juggler Street, the High cross at the junction with Dale Street and the White Cross at the junction with Chapel Street
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    I'm a bit late in answering, but what sort of information was required?
    The story of the 7 streets is basically the story of Liverpool.

    BTW, I don't want to sound like a "know-it-all", but I don't think Old Hall Street was called Whiteacre Street. I know what book that info came from, but most other sources say it used to be Mill Street or Mylne Lane (from the Mylne/Mill next to it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilipG View Post
    I'm a bit late in answering, but what sort of information was required?
    Not to worry. It's all been sorted. I was hoping to add some contributions from Yo. Thanks anyway

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    Dave, you asked for photos and info, regarding the 7 streets.
    It's just too wide a subject to know just what to give you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilipG View Post
    Dave, you asked for photos and info, regarding the 7 streets.
    It's just too wide a subject to know just what to give you.
    Regarding the photos, it's just 7 nearby streets, Phil. I photographed them all within an hour and an half this afternoon, including shooting some Dale Street/Water Street shots from the roof of Martins Bank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scouserdave View Post
    including shooting some Dale Street/Water Street shots from the roof of Martins Bank.
    How did you get you there Dave squire?

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    I told them I had an interest in the original 7 streets of Liverpool

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    Quote Originally Posted by scouserdave View Post
    Next time you wonder, ask.
    Hey Dave! Are you from Wales ?? Do you know a fella named Jonah ?? He used to live in whales for a while.

    Just asking, like.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cissie Braithwaite View Post
    Hey Dave! Are you from Wales ?? Do you know a fella named Jonah ?? He used to live in whales for a while.

    Just asking, like.

    So Jonah went out of the city, and sat on the east side of the city, and there made him a booth, and sat under it in the shadow, till he might see what would become of the city.

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    Indeed!


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    Canny Farm

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    Quote Originally Posted by scouserdave View Post
    Canny Farm
    Bless you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cissie Braithwaite View Post
    How did you get you there Dave squire?

    Up the staircase I presume

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    Looks a bit stormy there Dave, a bit like this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    Looks a bit stormy there Dave, a bit like this thread
    Gents, it seems to me this is an important thread despite the misunderstanding. I also think it is not too late to let the people who are doing the Seven Streets project know that Yo Liverpool has something to offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisGeorge View Post
    Gents, it seems to me this is an important thread despite the misunderstanding. I also think it is not too late to let the people who are doing the Seven Streets project know that Yo Liverpool has something to offer.

    Chris
    My first post on this thread (see below). What is there to misunderstand?

    Any info and photos of the streets below would be appreciated. Thanks.
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    Castle Street, Dale Street, Bank Street, Juggler Street, Chapel Street, Moor Street and Whiteacre Street; three of these have kept their original name to the present day, Castle Street, Chapel Street and Dale Street.
    Bank Street (Water Street) formed the southern upright of the H, running past the site of the present town hall into Dale Street.
    The northern upright of the H consisted of Chapel Street, which continued into Moor Street (Tithebarn Street), these were connected in the middle by Juggler Street (High Street) which ran south into Castle Street, and north into Whiteacre Street (Old Hall Street).
    There were two crosses in Juggler Street, the High cross at the junction with Dale Street and the White Cross at the junction with Chapel Street

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    Quote Originally Posted by scouserdave View Post
    My first post on this thread (see below). What is there to misunderstand?

    Any info and photos of the streets below would be appreciated. Thanks.
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    Castle Street, Dale Street, Bank Street, Juggler Street, Chapel Street, Moor Street and Whiteacre Street; three of these have kept their original name to the present day, Castle Street, Chapel Street and Dale Street.
    Bank Street (Water Street) formed the southern upright of the H, running past the site of the present town hall into Dale Street.
    The northern upright of the H consisted of Chapel Street, which continued into Moor Street (Tithebarn Street), these were connected in the middle by Juggler Street (High Street) which ran south into Castle Street, and north into Whiteacre Street (Old Hall Street).
    There were two crosses in Juggler Street, the High cross at the junction with Dale Street and the White Cross at the junction with Chapel Street
    I think I would have been in the same boat as Kev and Phil in not knowing exactly what was needed and that it was needed immediately.
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    It's never stopped anyone in the past posting pics and info at the drop of a hat on any given subject.

    Excuses, excuses

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    Default 1 High Street.

    I always remembered being told at school that the official address of most (if not all) Town Halls was 1 High Street.
    Was anybody else ever told this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilipG View Post
    I always remembered being told at school that the official address of most (if not all) Town Halls was 1 High Street.
    Was anybody else ever told this?
    Thanks Phil. We were wondering why it was changed from Juggler St to boring old High St.
    Chris, I'd never heard of High St either until I got involved in this 7 streets thingy.

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