Services will take place across Wirral to mark Remembrance Sunday, on Sunday 8 November.

The Mayor of Wirral, Councillor Les Rowlands, will join service men and women, their families and representatives of the armed forces at The Cenotaph in Hamilton Square, Birkenhead, before heading to Thornton Hough’s memorial service.

Mayor of Wirral, Councillor Les Rowlands said: “This year, I am honoured to be able to undertake one of the most important of all my civic duties, to mark the sacrifices of those who gave their lives in service of their country.

“In every generation there are service men and women who bravely put themselves in harm’s way to protect the values that we as a country hold dear.

“It is of the utmost importance to members of the armed forces and their families that we celebrate their heroism.”



Time - Venue

10.55 a.m. The Cenotaph, Hamilton Square, Birkenhead

10 a.m. Christ Church, Kings Road, Bebington, followed by a service at the Higher Bebington British Legion at 12 noon.

10 a.m. St Mary's Church, Eastham

10.15 a.m. St. Barnabas Church, Bromborough

10.30 a.m. St. Oswald’s Church, Bidston.

10.45 a.m. Grange Hill, West Kirby

10.45 a.m. St. Peter’s Church, Lower Village, Heswall, followed
by wreath laying at The Cenotaph, Heswall

10.30 for The Cenotaph, corner of Maryland Lane and Pasture Road.
11 a.m.

10.15 for The Parade will leave the Royal British Legion, Wallasey for a
10.55 am Service at the War Memorial, Magazines Promenade, New

10.00 for Short Service at St. Stephen’s Church followed by
10.45 a.m. War Memorial at Junction of Osmaston Road and Prenton Lane, Prenton

10.45 a.m. War Memorial outside the Public Library, Ford Road, Upton

10.45 am War Memorial, Port Sunlight Village followed by a service at Christ Church, Port Sunlight Village.

2.20 for Service at the War Memorial, Thornton Hough
2.45 p.m.

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