“This should be a battalion of Pals, a battalion in which friends from the same office will fight shoulder to shoulder for the honour of Britain and the credit of Liverpool.

I don’t ask you to uphold Liverpool’s honour it would be an insult to think that you could do anything but that, but I do thank you from the bottom of my heart for coming here tonight and showing what is the spirit of Liverpool, a spirit that should spread through every City and Town in the Kingdom.

You have given a noble example in coming forward. You are certain to give a noble example on the field of battle”

 Pictures supplied by Derek Hyamson

Thank You

The Liverpool Pals Memorial Fund would like to place on record its gratitude to ALL who helped to provide the fitting memorial to the Liverpool Pals which is now on display in Lime Street station. Every donation has gone toward the funding of this memorial. We would particularly like to thank our Patrons, The Duke of Westminster and Lord Derby. The Lord Lieutenant,  Liverpool City Council, St Georges Hall, Mr Joe Devereux, Mr Paul Spiers at Lime Street Station, and especially Mr Tom Murphy whose exceptional talent has enabled such a tribute to be paid to the memory of the Liverpool Pals".


Courtesy of Liverpool City Council

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