#TrendingLiverpool – What has been happening this week on twitter? – 18th July
7 years ago
So what has been happening since our last trending Liverpool post you may wonder? Lots has happened as always, the world has kept turning and the world has kept on tweeting. I don’t think we will ever see a time where the two don’t coexist to be honest.
I am going to pick a few of my favourite tweets from around Liverpool and update you in light-hearted fashion with the worlds goings on.
Here is the more serious of my favourite tweets, TalksSports Colin Murray has resigned publically on Twitter after the station has been bought by News Corp and will inevitably be working alongside The S*n.
Leaving talkSPORT. pic.twitter.com/vdAMsU94qB
— colin murray (@ColinMurray) July 13, 2016
The new LFc mainstand is massive like
Great picture of Liverpool’s new Main Stand from space pic.twitter.com/dAGIBWyCOB
— Mark (@Mark_85) July 14, 2016
Teresa May filled the position of Prime Minister.
Prime Minister lines up for a photo like she’s saw someone having a sip of her drink from the other side of the bar pic.twitter.com/50UOQGyMm2
— campbell (@acampbell68) July 11, 2016
Owen has had a shocker here..
Dropped me phone then ran over it with me van. Had it in a bowl a rice overnight but still no improvement Any ideas? pic.twitter.com/v1tf76zvBR
— Owen Weston (@Owen85Weston) July 12, 2016
Great to see the community coming together
— Everton Park Friends (@FOEP10) July 17, 2016
Some great photos of Brazilica festival
— Alan Dow Photography (@AlanDow74) July 17, 2016
On the 16th July there was #BlackLivesMatter parade through Liverpool City Centre, I popped out of my house for a Subway and ended up unknowingly part of it.
— John Johnson (@John_Johno) July 16, 2016
I fully agree.. Some beautiful images
— Lyndsy (@lyndsynovowels) July 16, 2016
Creative ways of getting vodka into Empire Liverpool here
— Amar Ali (@AnotherAmar) July 12, 2016
There are new pubs, clubs and restaurants always popping up around town..
— Phill nixon (@phill_think) July 13, 2016
— The Guide Liverpool (@TheGuideLpool) July 9, 2016
Let us not forget that nostalgia in the form of “Pokemon go” came to Liverpool. While many in the city played it, many took to social to say their piece.
Fully grown adults are actually walking around the streets for hours catching Pokemon. This is really happening.
— Josh Woogs (@JoshWoogs) July 14, 2016
Merseyrail seen a dose of fun in the form of Hey Jude being belted out spontaneously on a train journey..
Great this https://t.co/wky5gK5jh5
— Liverpool Echo (@LivEchonews) July 18, 2016
This is becoming a common theme isn’t it? So often we are having to express our sadness at the many evils that continue to plague our world. So I will leave you with this fitting image of St Georges Hall, lighting up in solidarity with the French after the tragic events in Nice on Bastille Day.
St. Georges hall last night ?? pic.twitter.com/L9prIfmoEM
— This Is Liverpool (@ThisIsLiverpooI) July 16, 2016