Posted by: paul mc - 13/08/2003
It would be great to see the statue reinstated in its origional location, but unfortunately I think the hacksaws would be coming out again.
I took my 3 kids to the park with the intention to video the day out and see some of the features the park has to offer,
needless to say I didn´t do much filming.
Hopefully now we are the Capital of culture we should reclaim the beauty our parks once had and maybe stock the Palm house with more plants for a start.
Posted by: Fred Smith - 15/08/2003
I used to scramble about that in the early 70´s
I seem to remember a wren on the left, and a sparrow on the right enabled top-Pan view.......
then me mum told me to stop!
Sigh - fun.
Posted by: Saranda - 22/08/2003
I went to the park with my family and we saw the statue and my sister ran and climbed right to the top.
I think that they should bring the statue back because the peter pan statue brought beauty to the sefton park.
Posted by: Albulena - 22/08/2003
When I first saw the statue I was 11 years old and I thought it was so nice and I went back to see it a few times, also my littel brother loved it. One day when I went to see it it wasen´t there and I was a bit upset. I would love to see it in the park again.
Posted by: Ian J Meikle - 11/11/2003
Thank you to all at the Liverpool Conservation centre for all of their work. I was especially fond of Sefton Park´s Peter Pan as a child and was upset when it was vandalised. When will the statue be back on public display?