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Chance Meeting: Bessie Braddock (1899–1970)
commissioned by Merseytravel
at all times
plaque: “CHANCE MEETING” / THESE SCULPTURES WERE INSPIRED BY TWO LEGENDARY LIVERPUDLIANS / KEN DODD O.B.E. / ONE OF LIVERPOOL'S GREATEST ENTERTAINERS, BRINGING LAUGHTER / AND JOY TO MILLIONS FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS. / BESSIE BRAFDDOCK M.P. 1899 – 1970 / LABOUR MP FOR Liverpool EXCHANGE FOR OVER 24 YEARS. / SHE CAMPAIGNED TIRELESSLY TO IMPROVE THE CONDITIONS FOR / HER CONSTITUENTS, AWARDED THE FREEDOM OF THE CITY IN 1979. / UNVEILED BY KEN DODD IN JUNE 2009 / SCULPTOR TOM MURPHY