George Garrett Walking Tour
2.00 – 4.00pm
Assembly Point: The Women’s Organisation, 54 St James St, Liverpool L1 0AB
George Garrett; Seaman, Activist, Writer, spent his formative years living amongst seafarers drawn from all over the world in an area of Liverpool colloquially referred to as ‘Sailortown’.
Join us as we explore the hidden history of this uniquely diverse neighbourhood and its influence on George’s travels and writing.
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Writing on the Wall is a registered charity who engage communities with high quality creative writing events, programmes and opportunities. We strongly believe everyone should have access to high quality arts and culture activity and our Gifted Ticket scheme is a key step in improving how accessible our work is to the community.
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