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Gepubliceerd op 2 jun. 2008
ARTISTS from both sides of Northern Ireland's political divide have united to celebrate Litherland's links with the Beatles.
'With a little help from their friends' in Liverpool, the artists have painted an iconic mural on the side of a terraced house in Croxteth Avenue, just down the road from where the Beatles played at Litherland Town Hall and the Lathom.
Belfast Loyalist Mark Ervine and Republican Danny Devenny joined forces to create the striking mural, commissioned by Riverside Housing Group to mark its 80th birthday.
The Riverside Group's Hugh Owen said: "It's amazing the way Mark and Danny are working together in a way that demonstrates once divided communities can move on and embrace the future."