SF RECOVERED VICTORIAN BRICK
Recovered victorian brick from Strawberry Field
LIMITED EDITION Strawberry Field recovered Victorian brick Own a piece of the original Victorian Strawberry Field - the building John Lennon would have seen as a child whilst playing in its gardens The bricks have been recovered from the original Victorian Salvation Army children’s home. The bricks have been cleaned and prepared, but only enough to get the dirt off. We wanted them to be original. Each brick will be presented in an outer box and will be numbered and embossed with a hologram. The money raised from the sale of these bricks will be used to help fund the Steps To Work Programme at Strawberry Field. Strawberry Field will become a beacon of hope for young adults with learning disabilities and other barriers to employment in Liverpool and Merseyside. It will be a hub where these young adults through training, coaching and work placements will be better equipped to seek employment and make a specific contribution to the community. • Each brick is individually numbered. Brick numbers unfortunately can’t be requested. • All bricks come with a numbered hologram and certificate of authenticity. • These are recovered Victorian bricks so sizes and shape will be slightly different on each brick. The name Strawberry Field became immortalised in February 1967 with the release of The Beatles single “Strawberry Fields Forever” written by John Lennon. John grew up in close proximity to the children’s home and was always excited to attend attend the annual Garden Party with his Aunt Mimi. John found the place gave him a sense of peace and tranquillity and would often climb over the wall to play in the grounds.