Almost 18-months-ago Granada Reports was broadcasting from Mathew Street as Liverpool was coming to terms with the death of Cilla Black.
Her name of course will aways be linked with the Cavern, where she started out as a cloakroom attendant.
So as the club turned 60 today, a statute's been unveiled to her. Our cameras were the only ones allowed to follow its construction from the very beginning And Victoria Grimes joined the crowds for the unveiling:
Lucy caught up with Cilla's son Robert, at the Hard Day's Night Hotel just round the corner, and asked him what his mum would have made of it all:
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A new statue of Cilla Black will be officially unveiled on Mathew Street as part of the celebrations.
The late star worked as a cloakroom girl before finding fame.
The bronze sculpture is being commissioned by her three sons, Robert, Ben and Jack, who are donating it to the city in memory of their mum.
The world-famous Cavern Club in Liverpool is celebrating its 60th birthday.
The music venue in a cellar on Mathew Street became synonymous with the Merseybeat movement in the 1960s.
It was where the likes of The Beatles, Gerry and the Pacemakers and other bands began their rise-to-fame.
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