Toxteth Day Of The Dead 2020 Called Off

Today CCC&D released a statement regarding this year’s Toxteth Day Of The Dead, announcing The People’s Pyramid will remain in quarantine until 2021.

Since last year’s ceremony in Liverpool, 14 new bricks should have become part of The People’s Pyramid on November 23. Due to the current circumstances this will not take place. Instead, the new stones will be added (and celebrated) next year.

Family and friends of those that have been MuMufied who would like to visit the Pyramid until then are asked to get in touch with the CCC&D.

2 thoughts on “Toxteth Day Of The Dead 2020 Called Off

  1. “MuMificated is where I see myself in 5 years'”, I said in a job interview for a job i didn’t get. But that was then, this is now! How, please, can I get a place on the pyramid sooner rather than later?
    warm regards,
    Chris

  2. Hi, myself, my daughter and my sister-in-law were hoping to attend the People’s Pyramid celebration in November last year. My son, Shane Maddison, passed away on 2 May 2018. We have received our brick and now need some information on this year’s event. Would you please contact me? Thank-you, Jan

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