The last remnants of Liverpool's slave-funded suburb
Parsing the painful history of Seaforth
Dear members — today’s story is about Seaforth, a small working-class estate in Sefton which you might not think twice about. Seaforth was once envisioned as a rural getaway for Liverpool’s elite by a wealthy slaveowner — until everything suddenly changed.
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