One week only at the Post & Echo building in Old Hall St.
AN EXHIBITION charting the ECHO’s coverage of the Hillsborough Disaster will be unveiled to mark the 21st anniversary of the tragedy.
The atrium of the ECHO’s Old Hall Street offices has become a gallery for a week to showcase the 96 most crucial stories published in our pages in the days, months and years that followed April 15, 1989.
Margaret Aspinall of Hillsborough Family Support Group said that after 21 years the old news cuttings still have an important message.
She said: “I think it’s still educating people.
“There are a lot of people, especially younger ones, who don’t understand.
“I think it’s important for people to be aware, as well, of each stage we’ve been through to get to today.”