Two of our talented volunteers responded immediately and fixed the door tins to prevent anyone from gaining access. Liverpool City Council have been supportive and are attending the site to further board up windows and evacuate the pigeons and our local Community Police Officers visited the site to offer advice and support which will be ongoing. We are looking into additional security measures at the site in addition to the alarm already in place. These include CCTV and increased site visits.
We were overwhelmed by the support and well wishes from the local community when they heard the news. We are hopeful that people will keep an eye on the building for us and report any activity or damage to the Police on 101.
Any vandalism to the building is a heritage crime and the Tuebrook community take this very seriously-we love the building and we are excited about its future.