A statue commemorating the Liverpool and England legend Emlyn Hughes has been unveiled outside a new office development which bears his name in his home town of Barrow-in-Furness. The event was hosted by the developers of the offices, Barrow Borough Council and the statue was dedciated by the Football Association Chairman, Brian Barwick.
The bronze scuplture depicts the defender mid-kick and was funded by the North West Development Agency. Emlyn Hughes House comprises over 12,000 sq ft of grade A offices with on-site car parking, and provides much-needed quality office accommodation for the town, with a significant amount of the accommodation under offer to new occupiers. Suites are available from 3,000 sq ft upwards, and further details are available from Simon Adams or Andrew Peill.