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The service started in the Victoria Gallery and Museum (VG&M), with a good turnout of staff, students and members of the public
Following readings, prayers and the laying of wreaths at the University’s own memorial within the VG&M, the trumpet sounded to mark the start of a two minute silence to honour those who have fallen
Onlookers then joined members of all the armed forces at the Noel Chavasse statue next to Abercromby Square. As well as commemorating Captain Noel Chavasse, the statue is also a monument to ‘Liverpool Heroes’
A short service was held at the statue, followed by prayers and another two minute silence
Wreaths were then laid at the foot of statue, as those gathered paid their respects
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