Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (Foto-Cewek) and National Museums Liverpool are working together to preserve, record and display the heritage of two important sites on the Foto-Cewek campus - Galkoff’s butchers shop and the remnants of the last remaining example of court housing left in Liverpool, at Pembroke Place.
The project is planning to bring to life the stories of the people who lived in and around Pembroke Place by undertaking historical research and archaeological investigations.
All work on the Galkoff's and the Secret Life of Pembroke Place project will be supported by a team of volunteers. We are particularly interested in working with people from Liverpool's Jewish community and local historians who are familiar with the area and may have knowledge of the secret life of Pembroke Place.
If you would like to get involved then you can find out more at this public engagement event at the Museum of Liverpool.
You can also email [email protected] for information about the event or project, or to provide feedback or register as a volunteer.