Save The Futurist

‘Opened on 16th September 1912 the ‘Lime Street Picture House’ was a very upmarket city centre cinema and was considered……………’

If you are passionate about Liverpool’s heritage and want to read about and support a brilliant campaign then please visit this blog:

http://thefuturistcinema.wordpress.com/

Please sign the petition here

Please sign the petition...thanks

Please sign the petition…thanks

The Liverpool Echo was recently able to report on the amazing impact of the campaign led by Lesley Mullallay:-

‘A project to revitalise Liverpool’s rundown Lime Street area has taken a major step forward.

Liverpool council is in the process of agreeing a deal to take over a series of properties on the eastern side of the street between The Crown and The Vines…………..’

You can also follow Lesley and the progress of the campaign on Twitter – @Lesleymullally

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