Liverpool Employment Tribunal

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Liverpool Employment Tribunal
Liverpool Civil and Family Court
35 Vernon Street
Liverpool
Merseyside
L2 2BX

Email: manchesteret@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk
Phone 0161 833 6100
Fax 0870 739 4433

DX: 743570 Manchester 66


SOLICITORS HELPLINE: ☎ 0345 515 0362




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Liverpool Information

Liverpool - the city known best for the Beatles, football, boxing and a world class steeplechase. The River Mersey gave its name to Merseybeat, which featured the Beatles and Gerry and the Pacemakers among other bands in the early '60s which lead to Liverpool contemporary status as a tourist destination for those interested British pop. The Guinness Book of World Records calls it the "World Capital City of Pop".

Liverpool was a borough for almost seven centuries, but was designated a city in 1880. Its official inner city population in 2011 was just over 450,000, yet the population for the metropolitan area is over two million people.

The city lies within the county of Lancashire. The expansion and urbanisation can be traced to its seaport's involvement in the slave trade industry. Liverpool was a registry port for RMS Titanic, as well as such large ocean cruise liners as the RMS Queen Mary, Olympic, and Lusitania. Her port city status contributed to a diverse population and people from many nations settled here, which lead to various cultures and religions, especially those of the people from Ireland. Liverpool hosts the oldest communities of Black Africans and Chinese in all of Europe. In fact, in 2008, the city shared the title as "European Capital of Culture" with Stavanger, Norway.

Liverpool natives are called Liverpudlians, which goes back to a colloquialism that refers to Liverpool as "Liverpuddle". Another nickname of Liverpool residents is Scousers, scouse is a form of stew and a synonym for the local accent.

UNESCO has granted several areas within the Liverpool centre the status of World Heritage Sites, such as Albert Dock, Pier Head, and William Brown St.

Liverpool is home to two Premier Football League Clubs, Everton and Liverpool and matches against each other are known as the Merseyside Derby. It is also the home to Aintree Racecourse, where the annual world-famous Grand National horse race is held every year.