I think this is very hypocritical to be truthful. They want to keep the bombed out Church for posterity, as a memory to WW11 and the people of Liverpool, most don't believe in Church, and they would like it as an art centre of sorts. What a load of rubbish.
I'm not saying it should go, but the reasons should be thought through carefully, and then backed up by actions. Why have a Church as a memorial if you don't believe in the Church, for example. Why have an art space, when most of those who lost their lives in the war, would consider the art of today, to be a load of rubbish in most cases.
Who keeps this crumbling edifice, continually stuck together for health and safety reasons, and who complains about council tax being given to the wrong places ?
Nothing against you Rude.
I just see the whole set of reasons behind the petition as not genuine. Just another issue to make a statement about, for those who have the time to sit there all day.
Edited by granny (24th Mar 2014 3:51pm)
...and those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.FN