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Liverpool’s Lord Mayor will lead the annual service of Remembrance on Sunday 10 November at the Cenotaph on St George’s Hall Plateau.

At present the details of the day are still being planned and confirmed. Further information will be posted here once it is available.

The story of the poppy

The story of the poppy

The traditional red poppy was a familiar sight on the battlegrounds of the Western Front during the First World War,
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Remembrance at St George’s Hall

Remembrance at St George’s Hall

Located in the heart of Liverpool city centre, opposite the gateway to the city, Liverpool Lime Street Station, St George’s
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Merseyside at War

Merseyside at War

Merseyside at War: WW1 During the conflict, thousands of men from Merseyside served in the armed forces or in the
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Roll of Honour

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
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Digital Wall of Honour

Digital Wall of Honour

Arthur & George Powell "Must be remembered together after war tore them apart...George Powell (Thipeval Memorial) was 21 years old when he died at the Somme in August 1916. His
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