Cliff Cooper, Founder and CEO Orange Music Electronic Co

"To be able to support this project is an absolute pleasure. The Salvation Army’s dedication to helping others, no matter their background, is truly a gift to our troubled world. They were immensely kind and a great help to my father when he returned from World War 1–after serving four years in France–and I’m proud to join them in this initiative.

I became the major shareholder of Albert Dock’s The Beatles Story in 2002, and with the help of my fellow directors and the whole team there, we completely redesigned and doubled its size to make it a world class attraction for Liverpool. My love of The Beatles’ music and Liverpool has not waned in all these years, and for Strawberry Field to reopen with a dedicated mission of charitable work and peace would, no doubt, have made John Lennon very happy."

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army works in 128 countries around the world, demonstrating Christian faith, hope and love through practical support and friendship to people of all ages, backgrounds and needs.

New merchandise

Visit the online store to see our range of unique exclusive Strawberry Field merchandise and be one of the first to own something from the collection. 

Training and Employment

Strawberry Field will offer young people training and employment through its Steps to Work programme. Find out more here.

“I truly believe this is a wonderful and important project.”

Peter Hooton, Chair of the Beatles Legacy Group