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Everton Celebrate Blue Crimbo

Town Hall completes Christmas mission.

Everton Celebrate Blue Crimbo

Everton Football Club is celebrating the end of a successful campaign to turn Liverpool city centre blue for Christmas 2012.

For the past 12 nights the Club has given some of the city’s most famous landmarks a festive makeover by projecting a cartoon image of the Toffee’s Belgian midfielder, Marouane Fellaini, and seasonal messages of goodwill to the people of Liverpool.

Prince Rupert's Tower

The iconic curly haired Everton player, dressed as a blue Santa, featured on buildings and venues including the Anglican Cathedral, Liverpool Echo Arena, Goodison Park, St George’s Hall and Prince Rupert’s Tower during the Club’s #bluecrimbo campaign.

On the eighth night of the campaign, Everton reaffirmed its solidarity with the families of the 96 Hillsborough victims with a projection onto Anfield supporting the campaign to make the Justice Collective’s single number one for Christmas.

20/12/2012: We project onto Anfield as part of the 12 days of Blue Christmas

Liverpool Town Hall was the last city landmark to receive an Everton makeover on Sunday 23 December, as the Club’s 12 Days of Blue Christmas campaign ended.

To find out more about Everton’s #bluecrimbo campaign, visit evertonfc.com/bluecrimbo.

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