William 'Billy' Collins 1918-1994 'King of the Concrete Cup Final' After army service, he became a bus conductor, living in Burlington Street. He was a scout leader, involving his troop in all sorts of sport and group activities. He set up football teams and leagues, first one 1953. His pioneering work led to the SRDJFL whose new playing fields are named after William Collins and are opened, and this plaque unveiled, by Larry Carberry, Ipswich Town FC Councillor Warren Bradley Tony Baker (nephew) Linda McDermott

William Collins Playing Fields, Commercial Road, Liverpool, United Kingdom

St Martin's Cottages First Council houses built in Europe stood opposite this site from 1869 to 1977

The Silvestrin Social Club, Silvester Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom

Little Italy in the heart of Liverpool Gerard Street 1920 Significant numbers of Italian immigrants arrived in Liverpool, between 1880 and 1912, settling in the Gerard Street area: they became an integral part of Liverpool's cultural development. This plaque recognises the substantial contribution of Liverpool's 'Little Italy'

56 Christian Street, Liverpool, United Kingdom