Liverpool City Region Service of Remembrance
The Police Commissioner, Emily Spurrell will join around 2,000 military personnel, veterans and families of the fallen from recent conflicts and other civic dignitaries from across the region to gather inside the Cathedral for the service on Sunday 14 November.
The Worshipful Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Councillor Mary Rasmussen, will lead the city’s tribute to the brave men and women who have gone into battle and conflict for their country.
Big screens will be set up in the Cathedral grounds so those who wish to be part of the commemorations can gather and pay their respects to those who served to defend our democratic freedoms and way of life. You can also watch the service from the comfort of your own home, as it will be streamed, and available to view live, on this link.
A two-minute silence will be held at 11:00 am, following a poignant poppy drop inside and outside the Cathedral. The service will conclude with a short military parade along Hope Street.
The theme for this year's service is hope.