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The work is on show at Speke Hall until November 27.
The end result was a huge piece of artwork reflecting a wide variety of ideas on what it is that is "Special about Speke.
Margaret said: "Working at Wise Speke during my university course sparked an initial ambition to succeed in the investment management industry, but it is the support and encouragement I have received since then which has enabled me to progress to this level within the company.
Novartis spokesman Eric Althoff praised the Speke workforce, saying: "We started delivery of Fluvirin at the end of July, compared with August, and completed production by the end of September.
When I joined Wise Speke at the age of 21, I thrived on the high-pressure experience of working on the flotation for BT.
Kids jumped for joy at Speke Hall as they tracked down their chocolate treasure
Banking had given me an excellent grounding and I was delighted to be offered a position as a trainee with Wise Speke in 2000," she said.
During WWII, Speke Airport, as it was then known, was requisitioned by the Royal Air Force and known as RAF Speke.
Sandra Ardrey, secretary of Mucky Mountains, said: "Dancing at Speke Hall was so nice because of the beautiful surroundings but every location was great.
A particularly interested - and very well-informed - spectator on Saturday was James Cartmell, a Falcons player himself until two years ago when he joined Wise Speke.
Ann, who lived in Speke her whole life, was a senior play worker at the Speke Adventure Playground for 40 years.
Julie Stanley, of Eli Lilly, in Speke said: "While our walk is a little less exotic than our Chinese colleagues who are walking the Great Wall of China, the company globally has pledged money per employee mile to support TB charities up to a grand total of pounds 25,000.