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    How much do you know about Liverpool

    1. When did Liverpoolreceive its city status?
    2. What main goods didthe Ports of Liverpool handle in the 20th century?
    3. In the 19thCentury what was Liverpool a major Port for?
    4. When did Liverpoolcelebrate its 800th Anniversary?



    1. 5.How did Liverpool come to be called Liverpool?
      6. When was the first recorded use of Liverpudlian used?


    1. 7.In 1830 Liverpool and Manchester became the first to have what?

    8. Why was ropemeasured from the top of Bold Street to the bottom of Bold Street?
    9. What has beenreported as unusual phenomenon occurring in Bold Street in moderntimes?
    10. When did thepopulation of Liverpool rise dramatically?.
    11. To what does thepoem 'Liverpool' by Letitia Landon refer to?
    12. Why is a beach inthe South Shetland Islands called Liverpool Beach?
    13. Where wasLiverpool's top shopping area in the 1860's?
    14. During periods inthe 19th century, Liverpool exceeded London in whatrespect?

    1. 15. Liverpool was the only British City to have its own what?
      16. What was unpopular with the people of Liverpool during the reconstruction of Liverpool City after the Second World War and again in the 1950/1960's?


    1. 17. Which European city is Liverpool twinned with?
      18. The world's first integrated sewer system was constructed in Liverpool by who?
      19. In 1864 Peter Ellis built the first proto type of what in Liverpool
      20. Completed in 1867, was what was said to be the largest store in the world – what was this building in Liverpool and who was the retailer it was built for?

    21.Which political party held Liverpool mainly between the years 1890 –1973?
    22.How many Mayors operate in and around Liverpool?
    23.How many councillors are there in Liverpool

    Answers will be given on Sunday




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    Quote Originally Posted by said View Post
    1. When did Liverpoolreceive its city status?
    2. What main goods didthe Ports of Liverpool handle in the 20th century?
    3. In the 19thCentury what was Liverpool a major Port for?
    4. When did Liverpoolcelebrate its 800th Anniversary?



    1. 5.How did Liverpool come to be called Liverpool?
      6. When was the first recorded use of Liverpudlian used?


    1. 7.In 1830 Liverpool and Manchester became the first to have what?

    8. Why was ropemeasured from the top of Bold Street to the bottom of Bold Street?
    9. What has beenreported as unusual phenomenon occurring in Bold Street in moderntimes?
    10. When did thepopulation of Liverpool rise dramatically?.
    11. To what does thepoem 'Liverpool' by Letitia Landon refer to?
    12. Why is a beach inthe South Shetland Islands called Liverpool Beach?
    13. Where wasLiverpool's top shopping area in the 1860's?
    14. During periods inthe 19th century, Liverpool exceeded London in whatrespect?

    1. 15. Liverpool was the only British City to have its own what?
      16. What was unpopular with the people of Liverpool during the reconstruction of Liverpool City after the Second World War and again in the 1950/1960's?


    1. 17. Which European city is Liverpool twinned with?
      18. The world's first integrated sewer system was constructed in Liverpool by who?
      19. In 1864 Peter Ellis built the first proto type of what in Liverpool
      20. Completed in 1867, was what was said to be the largest store in the world – what was this building in Liverpool and who was the retailer it was built for?

    21.Which political party held Liverpool mainly between the years 1890 –1973?
    22.How many Mayors operate in and around Liverpool?
    23.How many councillors are there in Liverpool

    Answers will be given on Sunday
    Which Sunday?

    Or is that to be another unanswered question? .

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    It may just be the fact that Liverpool is not on the minds of MOST people born and bred in Southport, personally I have no interest in Liverpool. I had enough of it after the local government re organisation when I was absorbed from Lanc's County into Merseyside and everything revolved around a headquarters in Liverpool rather than Preston and Liverpool's was the system thrust on everyone even though Liverpool was outnumbered by ex County Borough and Lanc's County personnel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Region View Post
    Which Sunday?

    Or is that to be another unanswered question? .

    Any Sunday - it won't matter if the topic is of no interest. I take an interest mainly because of the History of the area and because I dislike intensely how Liverpool has changed under mismanagement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Londoner View Post
    It may just be the fact that Liverpool is not on the minds of MOST people born and bred in Southport, personally I have no interest in Liverpool. I had enough of it after the local government re organisation when I was absorbed from Lanc's County into Merseyside and everything revolved around a headquarters in Liverpool rather than Preston and Liverpool's was the system thrust on everyone even though Liverpool was outnumbered by ex County Borough and Lanc's County personnel.

    I agree with you there - but Southport's history has been brought up so many times, I thought I would use another nearby area. Liverpool is a complete disaster under very poor management. It has allowed for shady corruption continuously at the expense of a once fantastic looking city. Those in council who quite rightly have opposed certain dubious political moves have found themselves booted out of office. I strongly object to profits from Southport facilities being paid into a joint council pot in Liverpool, especially in the light of what has now been revealed about the management there. To think! Horror! That Southport should ever become another Labour arm of Liverpool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by said View Post
    I strongly object to profits from Southport facilities being paid into a joint council pot in Liverpool,l!
    They aren't.
    Liverpool City Region is funded by central government to undertake duties devolved from central government.
    It is not funded by councils.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Londoner View Post
    It may just be the fact that Liverpool is not on the minds of MOST people born and bred in Southport, personally I have no interest in Liverpool. I had enough of it after the local government re organisation when I was absorbed from Lanc's County into Merseyside and everything revolved around a headquarters in Liverpool rather than Preston and Liverpool's was the system thrust on everyone even though Liverpool was outnumbered by ex County Borough and Lanc's County personnel.
    + 1 from me, whoever was responsible for handing over control of Southport to Bootle should be taken out and shot.

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    1. When did Liverpoolreceive its city status?
    1880

    2. What main goods did the Ports of Liverpool handle in the 20th century?
    Tobacco
    3. In the 19thCentury what was Liverpool a major Port for?
    Slavery
    4. When did Liverpool celebrate its 800th Anniversary?
    2007



    1. 5.How did Liverpool come to be called Liverpool Old English term of 'lifer' which was used to describe a pool of dirty water. The pool of dirty water evolved into a fishing port and a ferry crossing point for monks coming from Birkenhead.
    2. 6. When was the first recorded use of Liverpudlian used? No Idea.


    1. 7.In 1830 Liverpool and Manchester became the first to have what? Railway Line (First Railway station in the UK was the Manchester terminus of this line)


    8. Why was ropemeasured from the top of Bold Street to the bottom of Bold Street? Not sure, but very interested to find out.
    9. What has beenreported as unusual phenomenon occurring in Bold Street in moderntimes? ?Some kind of time-warp leaving people to believe they have gone back in time.
    10. When did the population of Liverpool rise dramatically?.
    1930's

    11. To what does thepoem 'Liverpool' by Letitia Landon refer to?
    Pass

    12. Why is a beach inthe South Shetland Islands called Liverpool Beach?
    I'd like to phone a friend please
    13. Where wasLiverpool's top shopping area in the 1860's?
    St John's Market
    14. During periods inthe 19th century, Liverpool exceeded London in whatrespect? Cargo


    1. 15. Liverpool was the only British City to have its own what? Pass
      16. What was unpopular with the people of Liverpool during the reconstruction of Liverpool City after the Second World War and again in the 1950/1960's? Paddy's Wigwam




    1. 17. Which European city is Liverpool twinned with? Penang, Malaysia
      18. The world's first integrated sewer system was constructed in Liverpool by who? Williamson
      19. In 1864 Peter Ellis built the first proto type of what in Liverpool Pass
      20. Completed in 1867, was what was said to be the largest store in the world – what was this building in Liverpool and who was the retailer it was built for? John Lewis opposite Adelphi Hotel


    21.Which political party held Liverpool mainly between the years 1890 –1973? Pass
    22.How many Mayors operate in and around Liverpool? 2. Fat Joe and LCR Steve
    23.How many councillors are there in Liverpool Too Many

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theatrics View Post
    + 1 from me, whoever was responsible for handing over control of Southport to Bootle should be taken out and shot.
    It was the Electorate, for many years after Local Government Reorganisation the Whole of Sefton was under Tory & Liberal rule, both have gradually lost seats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theatrics View Post
    + 1 from me, whoever was responsible for handing over control of Southport to Bootle should be taken out and shot.
    It was the Conservative councillors that were elected in Southport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salus.populi View Post
    They aren't.
    Liverpool City Region is funded by central government to undertake duties devolved from central government.
    It is not funded by councils.
    Liverpool is a combined council comprising Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St. Helens and the Wirral. Over recent years, it is true that Liverpool has been given devolved finance from central government - but it does receive money from each of the associated councils.

    For instance the car parking fees from Southport are said to be reinvested into the parking fees collection and agencies and also to aid with transport and concessionary travel (Liverpool Echo) However - Liverpool combined council claim that they pay for the transport and concessionary costs:
    "TheLCRCA’s transport responsibilities are funded through transportlevies across each of the six councils. This funds concessionarytravel, subsidised bus services, the Mersey Ferries and a range ofother services.
    The transport levy 2019/20 for each of theMerseyside Councils within the LCRCA is:

    Which means that the car parking costs go to the LCRCA.


    Transport Levy
    2018/19
    £'000
    Transport Levy
    2019/20
    £'000
    Knowsley 10,032 10,006
    Liverpool 32,869 33,095
    St Helens 12,107 12,073
    Sefton 18,605 18,490
    Wirral 21,786 21,736
    Total 95,400 95,400



    Yet the combined council have managed to raise funds for the region - but those funds are spent in Liverpool alone:

    "Ourdevolution deal means that we are taking control of the importantdecisions that matter to our city region and can invest our money inthe things that will bring the biggest benefits locally. With thesimple aim of becoming a truly global city region, this means we canmake the Liverpool City Region the best possible place to live, work,play and grow old.
    Butwe are not just thinking long term. We are delivering real benefitsfor real people, right now.
    Ontop of our £900 million devolution deal, the Liverpool City RegionCombined Authority has secured more than half a billion pounds inadditional funding from government, including:
    £173million in Transforming Cities Funding which we are using tomodernise and improve the way we travel in and around the cityregion.

    • £8 million in extra funding to tackle homelessness and rough sleeping.
    • A share of £300 million to connect Liverpool to the HS2 network, which will also link in to Crossrail for the North.

    Theinvestments that we’ve already made in our first three years willdeliver 9,000 jobs and 5,500 apprenticeships for local people."

    Not only that, but:
    LiverpoolEcho – The regional Mayor who was elected in 2017 has put forwardplans to charge all residents in Liverpool, Wirral, Knowsley, Sefton,St. Helens and Halton an extra payment on what they already pay incouncil tax, in order to raise an added £7.6 million each year. Hesays the precept is needed to cover the running costs of his office –but will mainly go towards allowing the Combined Liverpool Authoritythat he runs, to develop and deliver its initiatives around jobs,skills, transport, housing, economic development and super-fastdigital connectivity across the city region. It will raise an extra£7.6 million per year.
    Again - Southport pays to Liverpool

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    Quote Originally Posted by TownieChap View Post
    1. When did Liverpoolreceive its city status?
    1880

    2. What main goods did the Ports of Liverpool handle in the 20th century?
    Tobacco
    3. In the 19thCentury what was Liverpool a major Port for?
    Slavery
    4. When did Liverpool celebrate its 800th Anniversary?
    2007



    1. 5.How did Liverpool come to be called Liverpool Old English term of 'lifer' which was used to describe a pool of dirty water. The pool of dirty water evolved into a fishing port and a ferry crossing point for monks coming from Birkenhead.
    2. 6. When was the first recorded use of Liverpudlian used? No Idea.


    1. 7.In 1830 Liverpool and Manchester became the first to have what? Railway Line (First Railway station in the UK was the Manchester terminus of this line)


    8. Why was ropemeasured from the top of Bold Street to the bottom of Bold Street? Not sure, but very interested to find out.
    9. What has beenreported as unusual phenomenon occurring in Bold Street in moderntimes? ?Some kind of time-warp leaving people to believe they have gone back in time.
    10. When did the population of Liverpool rise dramatically?.
    1930's

    11. To what does thepoem 'Liverpool' by Letitia Landon refer to?
    Pass

    12. Why is a beach inthe South Shetland Islands called Liverpool Beach?
    I'd like to phone a friend please
    13. Where wasLiverpool's top shopping area in the 1860's?
    St John's Market
    14. During periods inthe 19th century, Liverpool exceeded London in whatrespect? Cargo


    1. 15. Liverpool was the only British City to have its own what? Pass
      16. What was unpopular with the people of Liverpool during the reconstruction of Liverpool City after the Second World War and again in the 1950/1960's? Paddy's Wigwam




    1. 17. Which European city is Liverpool twinned with? Penang, Malaysia
      18. The world's first integrated sewer system was constructed in Liverpool by who? Williamson
      19. In 1864 Peter Ellis built the first proto type of what in Liverpool Pass
      20. Completed in 1867, was what was said to be the largest store in the world – what was this building in Liverpool and who was the retailer it was built for? John Lewis opposite Adelphi Hotel


    21.Which political party held Liverpool mainly between the years 1890 –1973? Pass
    22.How many Mayors operate in and around Liverpool? 2. Fat Joe and LCR Steve
    23.How many councillors are there in Liverpool Too Many

    Hang on - you may be right! I have lost the sheet of answers! Ahhh!
    1. 1880 Correct
    2. Coal, Cotton, Freight and Slaves
    3. Shipping English and Irish emigrants to USA
    4. 2997 - Correct
    5. Pool of muddy water - Correct.(And it has not changed it is still muddy water)
    6. Liverpudlian first used in 1833
    7. Intercity Rail Link - Correct
    8. Rope measured from the top of Bold Street to the end was found to be the necessary length of rope to be used on the old sailing ships.
    9. Bold Street modern phenomenon - Time Slips, - Correct
    10. Population increased dramatically in the 1840's due to the Irish potato famine.
    11. 'Liverpool' by Letitia Landon refers to the Macgregor Laird Expedition to the Niger River.
    12. The beach was named in honour of
    the part that Liverpool played in the Antarctic Sealing Industry. (Phoning a friend is not an option!)
    13. Top shopping area 1860 - Bold Street
    14. Liverpool exceeded London in the 19th Century by - Wealth.
    15. Liverpool was the only area in the UK to have its own Whitehall Office in London.
    16. Unpopular in Liverpool after WW2, was teh fact that historic buildings which had survived the bombing, were torn down for urban renewal.
    17. Liverpool is twinned with - Cologne ( You were close, but not close enough)
    18.
    The world's first integrated sewer system was constructed in Liverpool by - James Newlands, appointed in 1847 as the UK's first borough engineer.
    19.
    In 1864 Peter Ellis built the first proto type of what in Liverpool - Skyscraper, it was called Oriel Chambers

    20. The UK's first purpose built Department Store it was called Compton House, completed in 1867 for the retailer J.R Jeffrey.
    21. Between 1890 - 1973 Liverpool was held by the Conservative Party.
    22. Three mayors. - Banks, Rotherham and Anderson.
    24. True - there are no less than 90 councilors in Liverpool.

    Good attempt - the answers are not easy to find on the internet, and considering those who are from Liverpool who respond on this site - Well! Yer don't know much, do yer?

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    Well I'm definitely not from Liverpool, per-say. I have Liverpool blood but Southport born and bred. I do love Liverpool though and its wealth of history and interesting oddities!

    Very interesting about the 'bold street rope' and I can honestly I did not Google any answers... all my own knowledge, or lack of

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    Quote Originally Posted by TownieChap View Post
    Well I'm definitely not from Liverpool, per-say. I have Liverpool blood but Southport born and bred. I do love Liverpool though and its wealth of history and interesting oddities!

    Very interesting about the 'bold street rope' and I can honestly I did not Google any answers... all my own knowledge, or lack of

    Well! Good on you! Truth to tell - I did not know any of the answers! Ha!Ha! I panicked when someone did try answering the quiz, because I could not find the answer paper.

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