About the Project

The Seaglam Project was started to raise the profile of Seaforth Village, five miles north of Liverpool,by installing a memorial to W. E. Gladstone, four times Prime Minister of Great Britain, who had lived there for 17 years from 1813 to 1830.

The memorial would be a tourist attraction only half a mile away from Anthony Gormley's famous installation on Crosby Beach called Another Place or more familarly by locals as The Iron Men which is visited by thousands.

Funds for the memorial were raised by voluntary effort and additional funding has been provided by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Thursday, 3 January 2013

Gladstone Memorial To Be Unveiled 23rd February

Star of the Sea Church, Seaforth
The Gladstone Memorial, which is the culmination of the work of the Seaglam Project, will be unveiled on Saturday 23rd February at noon by Rt. Hon. Frank Field MP in the grounds of the Church of Our Lady, Star of the Sea, Crescent Road, Seaforth, Liverpool L21.

All are invited and a buffet lunch will be served.  Further information will appear in the local press.

Click on this link to read an excellent article on the project in The Guardian written by Martin Wainwright.






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