A LOTTERY-funded project charting the history of Liverpool’s Fazakerley hospital has been unveiled.
Artwork, photographs and theatre are being used to showcase the history of Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The permanent exhibition is funded by the Lottery’s Local Heritage Initiative.
Five artists and a playwright were each commissioned to create a piece of art which represents their take on an historical aspect of the hospital.
Laurence Payot, Norma Heron, Mark Mennell, Jemma Egan and the artist known only as Vik have spent the past few months working on individual projects.
Arts co-ordinator Paula O’Malley said: ““This is something that everyone who has ever been to the hospital will no doubt be interested in.
Each of the art pieces will be placed around the hospital site.
Actress and writer Emma Vaudrey has penned a short drama based on the history of the hospital, which children from St Benedict’s, in Netherton, will act out during the evening on December 10.
And a temporary photographic exhibition is also on show at the Walton site featuring never-before-seen images of the hospital.