On Thursday afternoon, a team of Red Neighbours volunteers visited 'Scouse in the House' at Christ Church in Anfield to help out at the weekly session.

The Red Neighbours team and LFC staff volunteers were on hand to help with the serving of food and drinks as part of a free two course meal on offer for vulnerable members of the local community.

The volunteers then spent time getting to know the local residents before providing entertainment in the form of a sing-along led by club chaplain Bill Bygroves.

After the club's recent Champions League final success, Red Neighbours also gave those in attendance the opportunity to have their photo taken with the European Cup. LFC gifts were also given out including signed photographs.

Scouse in the House is a weekly session run by Christ Church, opposite the Kop. It looks to give local vulnerable people somewhere to come to feel safe, meet others and enjoy a free two course meal and refreshments.

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