Every year a service of remembrance is held in Liverpool to remember Diana, Princess of Wales, and all road crash victims
Every year, on 31st August, a service of remembrance is held in Liverpool to remember Diana, Princess of Wales, and all road crash victims.
This special remembrance service usually takes place in Liverpool Cathedral each year on the anniversary of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales in a road crash.
You are invited to a Service of Remembrance on Wednesday 31st, August at 2.00pm, in The Lady Chapel, Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, St James Mount, Liverpool L1 7AZ.
All are welcome! The ceremony will include photographs of loved ones who have died in a road crash. It will be followed by the release of five doves in memory of the five people who die daily on our roads. Afterwards there will be light refreshments and the opportunity to meet and talk to others.
View the full invite for the event here.
If you would like to attend and RSVP, please contact RoadPeace:
0207 7331603 | www.roadpeace.org | firstname.lastname@example.org
Last year’s remembrance service has been uploaded to RoadPeace’s YouTube channel