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A new chapter opens…

Written by stickyeyes, 27th July 2011

Over the next couple of weeks, The Reader Organisation's HQ will be moving away from the place where it all began at Liverpool University's 19 Abercromby Square to our new offices based at Bute Street in Everton.

We are very excited about the future at our new premises, in the heart of the West Everton community. Once we're settled in we will inform you of our new contact details (you can still reach us using the 19 Abercromby Square address and telephone number until then).

Please bear with us over the next few weeks while we get up and running, as our online activities may be slightly lower in frequency. We've got a lot to pack up...

Thank you for your patience.

A house is made of walls and beams; a home is built with love and dreams.

Dr. William A Ward

2 thoughts on “A new chapter opens…

Sue Garner-Jones says:

‘A house is made of walls and beams; a home is built with love and dreams.’ –

and a lot of gratuitous funding!

[…] Gilling, The Reader Organisation’s Business Manager, takes a break from organising our move to West Everton to to take a stroll in Winnie-the-Pooh’s Hundred Acre […]

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