Soldiers put finishing touches to Rhys Jones Centre

A team of soldiers have been finishing work at a community centre dedicated to schoolboy Rhys Jones who was shot dead in Liverpool.

Some work on the complex in Croxteth Park was never completed because of a lack of funding. The Army provided equipment and twelve soldiers to get the job done.

An Engineer Regiment soldier cements a 'Superlambanana' in place
An Engineer Regiment soldier cements a 'Superlambanana' in place. Credit: ITV
Rhys's father Stephen with those involved in the project
Rhys's father Stephen (second from right) with those involved in the project. Credit: ITV
Soldiers working at the Rhys Jones Centre
The soldiers completed work that stopped because of a lack of funding. Credit: ITV

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