The Salvation Army will today officially launch a fundraising song to convert the famous Strawberry Field site in Liverpool into a new training hub for young people with learning disabilities. The youngsters recorded the song at the famous Abbey Road Studios in London.
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Drew Povey will publish a book today to help raise the cash.
He lifted Harrop Fold in Salford out of special measures.
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Former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard was one of the guests of honour at the launch of the IFFDC Liverpool Football College.
Formerly the Liverpool Foundation college, it will now run independently of the charity.
Gerrard says the idea of a football-based higher education facility was born seven years ago after meeting with one of the directors David Rowe.
Liverpool's Under 18s head coach discussed youth development and the different pathways open to young footballers through the college comparing the changes in coaching development from when he was a youth player at Anfield.
The ups and downs of life at a school in Salford are being featured in a new TV documentary series which begins later.
''Educating Manchester'' features life at Harrop Fold School in Little Hulton.
Issues tackled include teenage pregnancy and mental health.