|Voelas Street - another of the Welsh Streets facing demolition. This photograph was taken before the street was emptied and tinned-up.|
Many of the streets now being torn down (or threatened with demolition) across the Victorian suburbs were built by Welsh owners and builders for their own kin, none more obviously than Madryn Street, now of Ringo Starr fame.
|Remains of the Welsh cm Church in Stanley Road, Bootle. Read More.|
Madryn is a place name, but is also an old name for a fox (particularly a 'cunning' fox). It was the name adopted for the Welsh anti-nuclear waste campaign in the 1980s.
The Liverpool Welsh - article on the BBC North East Wales website
A Corner of England Forever Wales - Liverpool Daily Post
With thanks to Tom Lloyd and Trevor Skempton for their help with this post.