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'Doing Good' is our new series where we chat to our inspiring retailers about their businesses, their passions and also how they’re adapting to the current and often challenging climate. In the first of these talks we speak to Dr. Paul Myers, founder of Greens for Good and Farm Urban who use cutting-edge hydroponic technologies to grow greens underground, deep in the heart of Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle.Passionate about the impact of sustainability and delivering his greens to a growing market, Paul shares his vision for the future, their impact with those less fortunate, and how Greens for Good have been...

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Good Liverpool founder Alex Frech chats with City Talk's Roy Basnett to discuss the importance of independents here in Liverpool and how people can still support local. Listen below...

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***Coming Soon***Collaborating with international artist Yeye Weller these tees are bound to put a smile on anyones face. And when £5 from every tee sold goes to local causes, you can rock that look from the outside and feel good inside.

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As we sat at the window of our Liverpool design studio watching the shutters come down on our neighbours in the Baltic Triangle, people frantically packing up their cars with equipment and many of our favourite coffee and lunch hangouts fade to grey we knew this could be the end for many. Over the last 5+ years we have seen the city flourish with independent retailers being a beacon of its rebirth, helping to redefine its landscape not just in food and drink but also culture too. Employing over 35,000 individuals we knew that something had to be done - but what?...

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