Some photos from our consultation Event over Easter Weekend. You can see more on our Photo page and over at Facebook. Many thanks to everyone who participated and especially those who were photographed.
Olga and her family would like to see a wedding venue and an aquarium in the building.
Nigel Ashworth the Rector of St Ann’s would like to see the fire station turned into a school or a nursery and maybe some housing for people living or working in the city centre.
Stefan came down especially to see us. He came to one of our earliest meetings. He’s been following the story for a while. He wants to see the building saved.
Loz and Emma from our committee meet Julie Ward one of the Nort West MEPs. She popped down to show her support.
This family have been looking at the building for years. They had loads of ideas. They would really like to see a fire and police museum in there. Look at our photos page to see what other people want.
Louise from our committee talking to this guy that wants to see a museum in there.
Committee Member Loz is explaining the story to a member of the public.
George can imagine a craft market in the fire station. He’d like to see anything really as the public can go inside.
Tim is a post graduate architecture student he came to visit us because he is doing his dissertation about the fire station. He’d like to see arts and events take place there.
Our red gazebo with our fabulous banner attracting a crowd in spite of the drizzle.
A fire and police museum, artisan markets and a hotel.
John Higgins worked as a journalist in the Coroners Court at the fire station for several years. His dad had also lived and worked there. John has been following the story for years. He thinks it would be in huge demand as a film location. He wants to see it saved.