Monday, September 08, 2008

FSB help pay for the paint on The New Picket mural

TLMP is delighted to recieve financial support for our Liverpool/Irish mural from The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB). The donation will help towards the cost of the paint for this large project.
The FSB is the UK’s biggest business support organisation,
established in 1974 to promote and protect the interests of the self-employed. Non-party political and non-profit making, the FSB provides support and advice to over 215,000 members across the country who run their own businesses. The FSB is supporting the project as part of its “2008 Culture of Business” programme of sponsorship and activity in Culture year. Merseyside FSB National Councillor Alexis Lay who visited the wall on the side of The Picket today to see the start of the work said,

“The FSB is delighted to be able to support the Liverpool Mural Project. The mural will be a lasting reminder of Culture year and this is another great step forward in the ongoing regeneration of this important part of Liverpool’s business landscape. It is great that the project team have used small suppliers for their materials, helping small businesses to benefit from Culture year, and the location is excellent, as the Independent District is creating a positive and lasting legacy for 2008, demonstrating the vital role that the independent cultural sector is playing in the successful regeneration of the city centre”

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