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Where to Pay Your Respects This Remembrance Day in Liverpool

This weekend, Liverpool pays its respects to the fallen soldiers who gave their lives to secure and protect our freedom. This Remembrance Day in Liverpool will present a number of opportunities to silently thank those that gave their lives for our country and its people.

Liverpool was a key location and city during both global conflicts of the 20th century. As an important post and with a well-placed coastal position, it became a hub of activity for wartime operations.

We’ve rounded up all the locations that will hold services and processions as we come together to remember on Remembrance Day in Liverpool.

City Centre Remembrance Service

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Where: St George’s Plateau


10:40 am – Performances from The Band of The Duke of Lancaster’s Regiments, Danielle Louise Thomas, St Edward’s College Senior Choir

10:55 am – Remembrance Service including The Last Post

11:00 am – Firing gun to signal the start of the two-minute silence

11:02 am – The laying of wreaths at the Cenotaph and poppy petal drop

The main Remembrance Day in Liverpool service will be held at the traditional location of St George’s Hall. Lime Street, St George’s Place and St John’s Lane will be closed from 7 am to 1 pm to accommodate the procession and service.

Queen Square Bus Station will also be out of action from 9:30 am to 1 pm.

Following the laying of the wreaths, prayers will be read by The Archbishop of Liverpool, The Most Reverend Malcolm McMahon OP and Rabbi Dr Martin van den Bergh.

The Remembrance Day in Liverpool service will end with a short parade and march past the cenotaph, after which, the public will be able to lay their own wreaths.

Sefton Remembrance Day in Liverpool Services

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Southport War Memorial

Many other churches and organisations in Liverpool will be honouring the fallen soldiers that fought so bravely too. If you live in the Sefton Council catchment area take a look at all the Memorial Day services near you.


Where: Sefton Parish Church

Assemble: 10:30 am

Service: 10:45 am


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Ainsdale Civic Society

Where: War Memorial Village Green

Assemble: 10:30 am

Service: 10:45 am


Where: War Memorial King’s Garden

Assemble: 10:25 am

Service: 10:57 am


Where: War Memorial Garden Alexandra Park

Assemble: 10:30 am

Service: 10:57 am


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Formby War Memorial / Rept0n1x

Where: Holy Trinity Church

Assemble: 2:50 pm

Service: 3:00 pm


Where: War Memorial

Assemble: 10:35 am

Service: 10:45 am

Ince Blundell

Where: War Memorial

Assemble: 12:05 pm

Service: 12:15 pm


Where: War Memorial, Town Hall

Assemble: 10:30 am

Service: 10:40 am


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Maghull Church and Parish / Paul Charlesworth

Where: St Andrew’s Church

Assemble: 9:50 am

Service: 10 am


Where: War Memorial, Monument Square

Assemble: 10:25 am

Service: 10:57 am


Where: War Memorial Five Lamps

Assemble: 10:30 am

Service: 10:57 am

Knowsley Remembrance Day in Liverpool Services

Knowsley will also do their part to remember those that gave their lives, with The Royal British Legion holding a service at Kirkby Cenotaph, where wreaths will be laid in Civic Square.

Service: 10:30 am

People from Prescot can pay their respects with a parade from Prescot Primary School to Prescot Parish Church. From there, there will be a service at the church before the party returns to the primary school for around midday.

Service: 10:50 am outside / 11:15 am inside

Paying Your Respects in Liverpool

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Liverpool is full of brave people who have dedicated their lives to service over the years. From offering iconic ships for war service to a Scouse seaman on every ship that went to war to homegrown heroes doing their part on the Homefront.

Remembrance Day in Liverpool is an important day that is respected by many across the city. War is a horrific time for all involved, but those that have fought and currently do fight for us are doing an incredible service.

Liverpool has spawned some incredible war heroes, read their unearthed stories and take a second to reflect on the sacrifice that was made for you and me.

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