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We Turn Liver Building Blue

12 Days Of Blue Christmas treatment for latest Liverpool landmark.

We Turn Liver Building Blue
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The Royal Liver Building became the latest city landmark to receive an Everton makeover on Friday as our 12 Days Of Blue Christmas campaign continued.

Over the past 10 days, buildings and venues including the Anglican Cathedral, Liverpool Echo Arena, Goodison Park and Prince Rupert’s Tower all received a festive glow.

And on Wednesday, Everton reaffirmed our solidarity with the families of the 96 Hillsborough victims with a projection onto Anfield supporting the campaign to make the Justice Collective’s single this week’s number one.

Today it was the iconic Liver Building that was the chosen landmark as the #bluecrimbo team continued their quest throughout the city.

The Royal Liver Building

There’s still time for you to get involved in our Blue Christmas campaign – each day we're giving away great prizes and all you need to do is something to help us succeed in our Christmas challenge. Find out more here.

So continue spreading the word and follow the clues for your chance to win a raft of prizes from match tickets and signed merchandise to computer games and DVDs.

Two more landmarks will be visited this weekend in the run-up to Christmas Day, so keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter pages for more details and clues to upcoming locations.

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