Evertonians can have their say over proposals for Bramley-Moore Dock and the legacy project at Goodison Park ahead of the visit of Cardiff City on Saturday.
Under the campaign name The People’s Project, a first-stage consultation is currently touring the city region for three weeks, visiting various locations in Liverpool and Wirral, and will be on site for the Blues’ meeting with the newly-promoted Bluebirds.
The bus will be situated within the Fan Zone at Goodison Park from 9am-1pm on Saturday. All residents from the Liverpool region, whether you are Blues, Reds or do not like football, are encouraged to have their say.
The consultations give members of the public an opportunity to have their say on the principle of Bramley-Moore Dock becoming the site of Everton’s new stadium and the Club’s plans to leave a sustainable legacy in L4.
Other stops on the tour include:
25 November: Birkenhead. 222 Grange Road West, CH41 6EB (outside Asda). 11am-5pm.
26-27 November: Liverpool One. Paradise Street (outside JD Sports). 9.30am-8pm.
28-30 November: Liverpool One. Thomas Steers Way (outside Hilton Hotel). 9.30am-8pm.
1 December: New Brighton. Fort Perch Rock, CH45 2JU (in the car park). 11am-5pm.
For residents living in Liverpool 4 and around Goodison Park, a consultation leading on the Club’s intention to leave a sustainable legacy is open at The Blue Base, Monday to Friday, for two weeks.
Blue Base Salop Street, Liverpool, L4 4BZ
• Tuesday 27 November – 7.30am-10:30am
• Wednesday 28 November – 8am-10.30am
• Thursday 29 November – 9.30am-4.30pm
• Friday 30 November – 12pm-5pm
For anyone unable to attend the formal public consultations, The People’s Project campaign website contains information on the consultation activities and will be the place for information relating to the construction of a new stadium in an iconic riverfront setting as well as the development of community-led amenities which could include homes, health, business and education facilities at Goodison Park.
Visitors to the website can also complete a short online survey that will also be available at the exhibition. Click here for more details.
There is plenty more going on around Goodison Park on Saturday across the Fan Zone, People’s Hub and more.
Furthermore, recently retired former world champion Tony Bellew will be on the pitch prior to kick-off.
Former Everton favourite Adrian Heath will headline the Fan Zone stage on Saturday, with a host of guests joining him including the Fans’ Forum, and Rob Philips from BBC Radio Wales.
There is the usual fun and games including Blue vs Blue and Play Your Cards Right.
Live music this week is provided by New Power Soul, so join host Giulia Bould from midday.
Open from midday, the Matchday Hub is the perfect place for younger Blues to hang out before kick-off.
With a games area, craft sessions and face painting on offer, it is the ideal location for young families to spend time before the action begins.
The usual Meal Deals are available, with adults at £5.50 and kids priced at £5.
Open between 12pm-2.30pm, the People’s Hub café is a handy place to grab a quick bite before kick-off.
Offerings include pre-packed sandwiches, tea, coffee, soft drinks and snacks.
St Luke’s Church
The Heritage Society is based upstairs at St Luke's Church Hall, before every home game, where it presents photographic displays relating to the history of the Club.
You can also purchase Everton programmes, books, memorabilia and autographed items from players past and present.
Toffee Art have a great range of artwork, prints, t-shirts and coasters, while The Ruleteros are also present selling souvenirs of the Everton club in Chile.
The popular Teas for Fans is also housed inside the church.