The War Memorial field is still under threat from development plans from TRFC so this is a way to pay respect to those men rather than decimate an irreplaceable part of the town’s social History
A very one-sided slant on the proposed Ingleborough development, but then maybe promotion of one's own business interests is perhaps a powerful motivation!
Do you intend to put this issue into context, and at least explain how the proposals are set to incorporate a memorial, and indeed make it more accessible, whilst at the same time funding much enhanced community facilities at Woodchurch, or simply project a wholly one-sided view?
By the way, are the 88 trees all the originals, or are they later replacements?
To be honest, I have found the whole campaign, with self-promotional songs on youtube, a rather nasty poem entitled "A Pox Upon Thine House" aimed at anyone who supports the proposals, & misleading imigary of war graves on the Ingleborough site distasteful, and inappropriate in preserving the memory of Oswestry's celebrated war poet & The Fallen from BI.
Finally, is it true that the Owen family only reluctantly came to Birkenhead due to family issues, & were broadly unimpressed with the town, before leaving when their circumstances improved?