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Liverpool Naval Memorial - War Graves Week Tours

Liverpool Naval Memorial

War Graves Week is an initiative aimed at encouraging people from the local community to come together and discover the World War heritage on their doorstep – learning about the stories of those commemorated by the CWGC and the skills, dedication and expertise of those CWGC staff and volunteers who work to keep their memory alive.

MEETING POINT at the memorial.

At the outbreak of the Second World War, a number of officers and men of the Merchant Navy agreed to serve with the Royal Navy under the terms of the T.124 agreement. The Liverpool Naval Memorial commemorates over 1,400 of these officers and men, who died on active service during the battle of the Atlantic, aboard more than 120 ships, who have no known grave but the sea. Discover more about the history and ongoing work of CWGC and learn about the heroes we commemorate.

No parking available in close proximity; nearest parking in Q car parks, nearest is Merseyrail Station, James Street.

Toilet facilities available at Ferry Terminal or Museum of Liverpool.

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