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Liverpool Cathedral Blitz Memorial Service 18th May

A date for your diaries…

A service to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the May Blitz will be held at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral on Wednesday 18 May 2011.  All members of the public are welcome.
Arrival: 7:00 pm Service: 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm

This service recalls the events of 70 years ago when Liverpool and Bootle suffered sustained damage during the May Blitz.  It will include an act of remembrance, reflects on the years of reconstruction and reconciliation since the War years, and looks forward with hope to the future.

The preacher will be the Dean of Liverpool and others taking part include the Lord Mayor of Liverpool and the Mayor of Sefton.

Admission to the Cathedral, Car Park, and Service is FREE

For further details please contact Canon Myles Davies by telephone on 0151 702 7203 or email myles.davies@liverpoolcathedral.org.uk

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During the Blitz on Merseyside the Anglican Cathedral was still under construction, but became the tallest building in the City by its completion in 1978.