Love Lane Lives

The history of sugar in Liverpool and the effects of the closure of the Tate & Lyle sugar refinery, Love Lane

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“Save Our Sugar” and Hillside Secondary School

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Here’s a great new video for our website, as fresh and vital now as it was when filmed during the specialist Sugar Week held at Hillside School back in September 2009…

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Posted by Warren in Sucrose blogs from Hillside High School on Thursday, February 17th 2011

Hillside blog on September’s Specialist Sugar week

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It’s just over two years since our film Love Lane Lives was shown at the Tate Liverpool and the two best things that have happened since our sugar project gathered that momentum and publicity has been our association and involvement with two wonderful schools and their respective teachers and pupils. Trinity Catholic Primary school close to the original refinery site, and Hillside High School a little further away in Bootle, have demonstrated the remarkably creative work and insights into the world of sugar that primary and secondary school children can build into their education and community experiences. Here’s the sugar blog from Hillside.

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Posted by Ron Noon in Sucrose blogs from Hillside High School on Tuesday, November 03rd 2009

Day 2 of Sugar Week on Breeze Hill

Have you ever heard of Alan Bleasdale, Willy Russell and Roger McGough? Well they’ve heard of Hillside School, Bootle.

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Posted by Ron Noon in Sucrose blogs from Hillside High School on Tuesday, September 22nd 2009

Hillside Pupils discover the real story of SUGAR

After months of preparation and planning by Wendy Daly and her hard working colleagues at Hillside High School the specialist science week with its SPECIALIST focus on SUGAR has finally arrived. Hillside pupils will now have their opportunity to reveal the REAL STORY of this far too much taken for granted everyday commodity and a new category of blog will be shaped very much by their discoveries and their view of the FACTS of sucrose’s unique story.

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Posted by Ron Noon in Sucrose blogs from Hillside High School on Monday, September 21st 2009