Take a trip down memory lane at Pyramids

Following Their Royal Highnesses, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s visit to Pyramids, the Birkenhead shopping centre is launching a new campaign, where members of the public are invited to share a moment in their life that holds great memories.
Pyramids has launched the ‘Your Favourite Day’ appeal, where the town is invited to be part of a fantastic community exhibition, where photographs of family gatherings, trips to far-flung destinations, wedding days and once-in-a-lifetime events, will be on display for all to view.
Pyramids is also requesting pictures in tribute of occasions in Birkenhead’s history such as famous faces visiting the town and the opening of the shopping centre. Maybe deep in the archives treasured images from 1860 of loved ones enjoying a ride on Britain’s first street tramway are waiting to be rediscovered.
Members of the public are encouraged to upload a snap of a time that means something special to them on the Pyramids website at www.pyramidsbirkenhead.com/your-favourite-day by Friday 15 February. Each submission will be entered into a prize draw, where one lucky winner will receive a £100 voucher to spend at the shopping centre.
“Your Favourite Day is a feel-good campaign where families and friends on a day out with us will have the added bonus of enjoying a wonderful trip down memory lane,” said Derek Millar, centre director at Pyramids Shopping Centre.
“Welcoming Prince Harry and Meghan to Pyramids and Birkenhead was an incredible day,” Derek continued. “Visitors were sharing stories about other members of royalty they’d met, and it prompted us to do something where the town’s treasured memories can be revisited in a creative way.
“We’re asking the public for photos of times that bring a huge smile to their face,” he added. “It can be a shot of loved ones having fun at a birthday party, right through to extraordinary achievements such as reaching the peak of Everest.
“We are excited to see what pictures we receive in and it’ll be another favourite day for us when we open the exhibition and get to learn more about the lives of people in Birkenhead.”