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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

    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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    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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