Once again it is the time of year when we remember all those who died in the two world wars and in all other conflicts including current confrontation
On a beautiful day today, Sunday 10th November in Sefton, hundreds of people gathered at Kings Gardens in Bootle to reflect and pay their respects to the Service Men and Women who fought in the First World War.
Representatives from the Armed Forces lay wreaths of Remembrance at the War Memorial in Bootle led by the Leader of Sefton Council, Ian Maher.
To bring Bootle’s Remembrance Day Service to an end, the Marching Contingent pass the Town Hall for the final salute.
Photos courtesy of Sefton Council