Celebrations have been going on through out the weekend to mark 125 years of Port Sunlight.
The site in Wirral was the brainchild of soap magnate Lord Lever.
He set up a factory surrounded by a village for his employees and their families.
At it's height there were 8,000 workers at the site.
The plant expanded to produce some of the worlds biggest brands including PG Tips and Persil.
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