Share your story to join us for afternoon tea at the Royal Liver Building!
People across Merseyside are being invited to share their memories of the city’s favourite landmark, the Royal Liver Building, as part of celebrations marking the opening of the building’s new luxury events space, The Venue at the Royal Liver Building.
People with a connection to the Royal Liver Building are being invited to attend a very special afternoon tea on 9th October. Guests will be among the first to experience the stunning new events space, which will be used for corporate events as well as private parties.
The team at the venue is urging anyone who has an interesting personal tale to tell about the Royal Liver Building to share their story, from couples who first met at the building to people who spent their entire working lives there.
Helen Connolly, Events Manager at the venue, commented: “Built more than a century ago, the Royal Liver Building is one of the city’s most iconic heritage sites and it really does have a special place in people’s hearts.
It’s only fair that people with an interesting personal connection to the building should be among the first to experience the stunning venue.
We are looking forward to hearing those special memories and meeting some of the people whose lives have been affected by the spectacular building. As one of the city’s most stunning new venues, I’m sure the Venue at the Royal Liver Building will be at the centre of many more special memories for the people of Liverpool in years to come.”
If you have a personal story to share about the Royal Liver Building, you can email no more than 100 words with any relevant photos, if available, to email@example.com (for files over 3MB please use a file transfer service such as Dropbox or WeTransfer), or post to Peter Kerwood, The Concerto Group, Axe and Bottle Court, 70 Newcomen Street, London SE1 1YT (please use recorded delivery if you are sending original photographs). All photos will be returned after the event.
We look forward to hearing your stories!