The City of Liverpool is preparing for Remembrance Day 2018 on Sunday the 11th of November (this coming Sunday). In preparation, wreathes have started to be placed across the city.
A two minute silence will be held at 11 am on Sunday. As with every year the two minute silence will be held on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in the year. This year’s Remembrance Day will marks 100 Years since the end of the First World War.
There are a number of displays and poppy’s being place around Liverpool to mark this day. Memorials across Liverpool City Centre have had numerous wreathes place around them.
To remember the fallen, numerous ceremonies and events are taking place across the city. In Exchange Flags which is located in The Commercial District, behind Liverpool Town Hall there are a number of remembrance motions taking place, such as a projection of the names of the fallen.
Liverpool City Centre is expected to be especially busy this Remembrance Sunday as people gather to pay their respects.