Start at the Anglican Cathedral in St. James Place. You can´t miss it - huge sandtone effort, tower over everything. In there you´ll find (1.) THE LECTERN presented in Billy´s memory. The lectern isn´t always on show but any of the rectors etc. will be happy to show it to you if you ask. Walk up Upper Parliament Street and head for Park Road. Wellington Road crosses the top of Park Road and on the right is (2.) THE SCHOOL that Billy attended. Walk down Park Road and on your left you´ll see a Mecca Bingo. That´s where (3.) HALIBURTON STREET used to stand. The number of Billy´s house in Haliburton Street was 34. Continue down Park Road then turn right down Aigburth Road. When you get to Aigburth Vale you´ll see the gates to Sefton Park on your left. On the left you´ll see Jericho Lane. Drive down the Lane and turn left and you´re on Otterspool Prom. You´ll come to (4.) A PUB with flagstones outside on which are engraved stars containing the names of famous Liverpudlians. Billy´s star is among them. Retrace your steps back to (5.) SEFTON PARK. That´s where Billy and his brother Albert used to play when they were children. Walk through the park to the entrance on Ullet Road at the bottom of Lodge Lane. Walk up Lodge Lane and at the top turn right, Smithdown Road. On your right is (6.) SEFTON GENERAL HOSPITAL, where Billy was born and where he was a patient when he had a recurrence of Rheumatic Fever in his teens. Turn left onto Gainsborough Road. It´s about 1,5 mile long road, changing it´s name to Wellington Road, then to Rathbone Road and finally to St. Oswald´s Street. At the Prescot Road junction turn right. Drive ahead about half a mile, until you get to Stoneycroft/Queen´s Drive crossing. Turn left. Soon you´ll see Alder Road on your right. That´s where you´ll find (7.) ALDER HEY CHILDREN´S HOSPITAL where Billy was a patient when he had Rheumatic Fever as a child.