UPDATE April 14th 2016 - We have a new website promoting Liverpool!

UPDATE April 14th 2016 - We have a new website promoting Liverpool!
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Friday, 26 April 2013

Tiger Warrington - Liverpool's Boxer

Terrance (Tiger) Warrington, born in Liverpool NS, 12th April 1914, boxer, died 01 February 1978.

June5th 1933 – Halifax Arena – Halifax Nova Scotia – Light Heavyweight Terrance (Tiger) Warrington, of Liverpool Nova Scotia, meets former maritime and Canadian Light Heavyweight champion Roy Mitchell in what was to become one of the most controversial fights in Nova Scotia history. 
In the first round Mitchell decks Warrington for a two count and from there on the boxers sparred. Action returned in the 9th round when Warrington rocked Mitchell with three rights to the jaw. By the 10th round they were again sparring. Two judges determined that Warrington had won the fight but due to the lack of activity the fight was declared a 'no contest’.

Not long after the bout, Mitchell retired to become an evangelist. He suddenly died in 1951 at the age of 48. Warrington continued his career and went on to greater heights.
Now that Warrington and Mitchell are both dead the true story behind their controversial fight may never be known.
Live, love, Liverpool

Friday, 19 April 2013

Lawyers in Liverpool


Tutty & Despersio            171 Main Street             354-5756
Conrad & Feindel            267 Main Street             354-5723
Allen C Fownes                190 Main Street             354-2744
Nicholas W Lenco           372 Main Street             354-4265
Legal Aid                           212 Main Street             354-3215


Legal experts meeting the needs
of Liverpool's population.

Friday, 12 April 2013

Home Equity to Cash

Are you ready to retire or semi-retire and your retirement savings is invested in your home?
Here is the solution. Property values in Liverpool, Nova Scotia are a small fraction of what they are elsewhere in Canada. By selling your home it will free up equity that can be transferred into your savings; plus you can buy a lovely Victorian or Georgian home. Liverpool also offers  the best climate in Canada and a safe friendly place to live with beaches five minutes from your door.

Imagine that - a beach at every turn, beautifully warm climate, inexpensive housing - all yours with early retirement and the possibility of building that part time business that you have long dreamed of.
           When are you coming?
LIVE LIVERPOOL ..... sea, sand and sun
and good living.

Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Henry Hensey

Henry Hensey (1900-1970)
will long be remembered by the people of Liverpool. Henry Hensey was loved by all, touched many people's hearts and in return for his kindness the people named a street after him. 
Henry was always seen swinging his ever present basket, to and fro, leaving most of the people wondering what it was that was hidden under the cover.
Henry loved to tell the story about the first time that he was asked to be a  pall bearer. While at the graveside, Henry was standing perilously close to the edge and before he could do anything about it he slowly slid silently beneath the casket. There was neither a pause nor a snicker in the service as someone pulled Henry out. He was heard to say, "Never in my whole life did I have such a queer feeling."
Several years before his death, Henry thought that he had reached Seventh Heaven, he was invited to attend the opening ceremonies of the Nova Scotia Legislature. That afternoon Henry stood proudly in line at Rideau Hall, waiting to be presented to the Governor General of Canada. When Henry heard the Governor's aid call, "Mr. Henry Hensey," he said, "My feet took wings and I floated by. Perhaps nothing like that will happen again, but at least I can say 'I've been'."
Henry performing with the Polka Dots
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Friday, 5 April 2013

Harrison Lewis Coastal Discovery Centre


If you live in Queens County, Harrison Lewis Coastal Discovery Centre is just minutes from your door and offers an opportunity to understand and appreciate rural and natural environments through:
* Workshops
* Seminars
* Field trips
* Research
* Short courses
* Lectures and movies
The faculty consists of visiting naturalists, educators, scientists, artists, and artisans.


Liverpool, the heart of Queens County community
where people come together.