15th March, 2017

Come Together: pledging support to Strawberry Field

The award-winning 'The Beatles Story' has today pledged to support the recently-unveiled Strawberry Field project with sponsorship and job opportunities for its graduates.

Together with attractions including The Beatles Story, Cavern Club, Hard Day’s Night Hotel and the Magical Mystery Tour, Strawberry Field will provide an important and significant contribution to Liverpool’s ‘Beatles Economy’, opening up for the first time a key site which is currently a drop-off location for significant numbers of Beatles tourists.

 

 

The former Strawberry Field children’s home inspired John Lennon to compose the iconic Strawberry Fields Forever, having grown up a stone’s throw away at his Aunt Mimi’s house, and played in its grounds as a child.

The Salvation Army, a church and charity, is focused on building on the unique legacy of Strawberry Field, to open it up to a new world of visitors who can find out why the site mattered to John Lennon, why the vision for its future matters, and why it should matter to them.

 

The new Strawberry Field site will provide education, training, work experience and personal development for young people typically aged 18 to 25 who have learning disabilities. As well as the training hub, the revival of the site will include a new exhibition and a haven for spiritual exploration and reflection. 

Martin King of The Beatles Story at Liverpool’s Albert dock commented: “As Beatles enthusiasts, we’re obviously excited about Strawberry Field’s redevelopment. However it’s the social inclusion aspects of the project that make a special project even more special. It is very Liverpool, very Salvation Army and very Beatles.

 

 

“We’re committed to supporting Strawberry Field and the youngsters that will undertake their training programme, and look forward to welcoming some of their graduates onto our team before too long.”

Further information about the project and how it can be supported, whether through donations, volunteering or by visiting the Strawberry Field online shop for exclusive gifts and memorabilia, can be found on the website www.strawberryfieldliverpool.com.

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