Roll of Honour
Opened in 1921 by the Duke of Windsor, The Hall of Remembrance is home to the City’s Roll of Honour which carries the names of over 13,000 military men from Liverpool who died during the First World War. The Hall of Remembrance is open to visitors on set days, for more information call 0151 233 4169 or 0151 233 4221.
Liverpool Town Hall: Roll of Honour Additions
Below, you can view this years short Roll of Honour additions service, filmed in Liverpool Town Hall’s Hall of Remembrance to mark Armistice Day. The Rector of Liverpool, the Reverend Canon Dr. Crispin Pailin is joined by the Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Councillor Anna Rothery, as well as Commodore Phil Waterhouse, in this Service of Rededication for the addition of names to the Roll of Honour.
If you would like to remember someone, leave a comment or memory on our digital wall of honour – please feel free to complete your details on the e-form below. Alternatively, you can visit The Hall of Remembrance in Liverpool Town Hall.