I've blogged before about the campaign to end "cash deserts"in Liverpool. These are areas in which there are no ATMs (cash machines) apart from ones that charge. This in effect means you are taxed on getting your own money and in deprived areas its a real tax on poverty.
Anyway, as a result of the campaign, the people from Link (who provide a lot of the machines) are coming up in May to look at areas of shortage and to see if any decent locations can be found.
The statistics show that most of these areas are in North Liverpool, but I expect there are other bits of the City with problems too. It's important to be aware of all of these before the visit.
If there is an area you know about that could do with some attention, please let me know.