About The Liverpudlian
The Liverpudlian aims to clearly and precisely collate and categorise news, information and the history of the Liverpool City Region in a way that is easy to access in a stylish and sophisticated website. It is produced by locals for locals and for those who adore Liverpool and want to know more.
So much history is not being recorded and finding information on various subjects is scattered or incomplete. We aim to make solid records of information through intelligent use of the multi-media tools at our fingertips; including written articles, comprehensive lists, detailed analysis pieces, archived materials, podcasts, videos, illustrations, photography, interviews and documentaries.
We have carefully designed TheLiverpudlian.com to be as user-friendly as possible so that is can achieve and catalogue all of the information that we publish in a way that can be read, watched and listened to with ease. In addition to this, we have a strict set of rules that we adhere to such as ensuring trust in our readership, as well as making it our duty for our educational and historically important content to free to access for everyone; supported by an optional, voluntary membership subscription can help sustain, us with a few bonus perks that will not affect anyone's enjoyment of the website. We also believe that keeping our website advert-free is of the utmost importance so you will not be intruded on with invasive advertisements in between each paragraph, through banner ads or pop-up notifications.
The Liverpudlian strives to be a reliable news source with thoroughly researched journalism. Whilst we are a digital newspaper, we also aim to record the city's history and serve as archivists; with as much of a comprehensive catalogue of Liverpudlian information in the one location as possible.
We aim to produce high calibre articles that record and preserve the past, present and projections of the future for Liverpool. If you want to be part of this flourishing online periodical that aims to benefit the people of the Liverpool City Region, then please contact Peter on PeterEric.Lang@TheLiverpudlian.com to have your stories or memories of times gone by told and recorded for others to enjoy and benefit from.
How The Liverpudlian Started
The Liverpudlian is a local news and information website by Peter Eric Lang that was created as a personal blog and portfolio piece in order to give an edge to his application to get into his one and only University choice; Liverpool John Moores University. He wanted to study BA (Hons) Journalism at the Liverpool Screen School in LJMU and gained a place in September 2020 with a lot of hard work, and little help from his friends as The Beatles would say (a delightful reference from his previous manager).
This website, The Liverpudlian, focuses almost exclusively on the Liverpool City Region and Metropolitan Area. Writing about a wide variety of subjects that Peter cares about, from preservation and regeneration to street art, Scouse culture and the fascinating history of the City Region. The website is built by Peter and all photographs, illustrations and articles are produced by him unless stated otherwise.
About Our Wonderful City
We are located in the heart of The Commercial District in Liverpool City Centre. The City of Liverpool is the epicentre of the thriving metropolis that is the Liverpool City Region, spanning six close-knit boroughs that make our great city what it is. Comprising of the City of Liverpool and the Boroughs of Wirral, Sefton, Halton, Knowsley and St. Helens. Liverpool is the fifth-largest city in the UK, with the City Region having a population of more than 1.5 million and the Liverpool Metropolitan Area has a population of over 2 million people.
Subscribe & Support The Liverpudlian
Subscribe to support Peter by subscribing to The Liverpudlian from only £3.99 per month and help him bring you the latest news from across the City Region in an articulate and clear manner. His goal is to provide you with stories that matter to you about subjects that are interesting, compelling and thought-provoking.
Although Peter aims to expand The Liverpudlian over time, he wishes to do so in a sustainable and selective approach that maintains the high-quality standards that he wishes to carry forth. Whilst there may be contributor articles and work, Peter is currently the only Staff Journalist for The Liverpudlian.
Any donations or subscriptions will help keep The Liverpudlian available for all and continue to serve the people of the Liverpool City Region.