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At Braygreen, we run four social media Facebook groups on local history.

Our largest group is Liverpool’s Pubs and Clubs, Past & Present which has over 15,000 members and is well known throughout Liverpool.

Our second group is The History of Liverpool which provides some rare images and history on Liverpool, with over 7,000 members.

Our third group is the History of Childwall. This group has a strong following for the local community and has over 3,000 members. Finally, a newly formed group on our Stop the Rot campaign! Full details of our groups can be found below. 

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LIVERPOOL'S PUBS & CLUBS - PAST AND PRESENT - The only group to focus on our past and present pubs and clubs. A staggering amount of pubs have been demolished or left abandoned, when once there was ‘A pub on every corner’. With over 15,000 members, it’s a fantastic reference to our lost pubs and clubs and to promote the ones still standing.

THE HISTORY OF LIVERPOOL - A fantastic Facebook group of over 7,000 members. We highlight many historical images and provide links and voices to the past of Liverpool's days gone by. Local districts history, rare images and lots of information on this fantastic city! We have a vast amount of historical images from our archive and lots from our own personal family collection. 

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THE HISTORY OF CHILDWALL - We've set this Facebook group up to compliment the already successful History of Childwall website. With over 3,000 members and hundreds of rare images of the area, this is a historical corner of Liverpool that has its roots from the Domesday Book.  

STOP THE ROT - Liverpool’s Heritage has been set up to promote the complete lack of movement in the restoration of Liverpool’s abandoned yet listed buildings. These range from 300-year-old Grade 1 listed buildings to Grade 2 listed building that have been campaigned on for the last twenty-five years – and nothing has been done about them.

We plan to promote these buildings, provide their history and heritage, and allow people to learn about our heritage rotting away. Who is responsible? Who owns a particular building? What has Liverpool City Council done about a particular building? We will provide the answers.

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