Have your say on the future of St Luke’s Church (Bombed-out Church)

Posted By Peter / September, 13, 2015

Dear fellow residents & friends,

Please participate in the public consultation surrounding the future of St Luke’s (Bombed-out Church). Click here to participate:

We hope that the Bombed-out Church will re-open for the public soon – run by whoever can create a community-focussed, positive, sustainable and respectful (towards the heritage of the building & the surrounding community) event programme.

Thanks for your participation.

Best regards,

Chair of the Ropewalks Residents’ Association

NEWS NEWS NEWS Ropewalks Residents’ Association Meetings & Updates

Posted By Peter / September, 8, 2015

Dear fellow residents and friends,

Apologies for being a little bit behind, updating our Association’s website. A loooooooooooot has been going on…

As you know, we are publishing all of our minutes and meeting dates online (instead of just e-mailing them to all interested parties/ residents, signed up to our update e-mails). If you want to be signed up as well, please e-mail us via the website’s contact form under ‘CONTACT’.

Please find below our most recent minutes from 5th February and 30th July 2015, as well as an update in regards to our AGM from 6th March.



Our Ropewalks Residents’ meeting (scheduled for 5th May 2015) was cancelled, due to the impact of the general election on attendance.

AGM – 6th March 2015 (6.30pm, Heebie Jeebies)
During the AGM, our priorities for the next year were discussed and set as:

– Continue supporting local residents on a day-to-day basis and working closely with other local stakeholders
– Further pushing improvements to the Ropewalks Traffic Order
– See the REST Centre come to life (after more than 2 years, this has now become a reality on Bolton Street near Lime Street Station!)
– Schedule more community events (such as the Ropewalks Litter Pick)
– Further improve Arthouse Square (incl. lighting)
– Continue our work with stakeholders around Wolstenhome Square
– Working with Liverpool CC to improve Recycling facilities in the Ropewalks
– Continue our work at grassroots level and attract even more active members and continue to foster our local network and relationships

Last but not least, Peter was re-elected, for another year, of the Ropewalks Residents’ Association.

The next regular Ropewalks Residents’ Association meeting date will be advertised here, as soon as confirmed. As always, if you are interested in coming along, please drop us a line on peter@ropewalksresidents.co.uk

Thanks you and best regards,

Chair of the Ropewalks Residents’ Association

Great Ropewalks Litter Pick – Saturday, March 28th at 10am (Arthouse Square, behind Fact)

Posted By Peter / March, 24, 2015

Dear all,

The Ropewalks Residents’ Association would like to invite you to participate in the second ‘Great Ropewalks Litter Pick’ – aimed at making the Ropewalks that tiny bit better, while setting a signal to everyone in the area: We care, and we work together to make sustainable and positive change.

What, when, how…..?

On Saturday, March 28th at 10am, all volunteers will meet on Arthouse Square (just behind Fact Media Centre) to receive a short briefing and the necessary equipment – and a coffee or tea! AMEY, Leaf (Garden @ Fact), Liverpool CC’s street cleansing partner, has kindly offered to support us on the day.

We then head out – in various directions – at around 10am, picking litter all across the Ropewalks and removing stickers from lamp-posts, walls and street furniture. At midday we meet again at Arthouse Sq and enjoy a cold drink together, looking back on a great community achievement!

Please confirm your attendance by e-mail to info@ropewalksresidents.co.uk.

Thank you and see you Saturday!

Chair of the Ropewalks Residents’ Association