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The borough thanks our Armed Forces this week

Wirral has raised the Armed Forces Flag at Wallasey Town Hall today to officially mark Armed Forces Day tomorrrow (Saturday 27 June).

The Mayor of Wirral, Councillor Tony Smith, proudly raised the Armed Forces Day Flag in honour of our armed forces past and present, and their families, for all they do to keep us safe.

The Mayor was joined by the Mayoress of Wirral, Barbara Smith.

Whilst the current situation has had a significant impact across the borough, recognising the efforts of our Armed Forces is something that will never be forgotten.

This year we will be further celebrating our thanks by lighting up Wallasey Town Hall in red, white and blue for the weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening).

To join us and thank our forces, watch Liverpool Parish Church as they hold an online service over the weekend. Watch at Liverpool Worship Online.

Residents can also head to the official Armed Forces Day website for ideas on how to show their appreciation for reservists, cadets, veterans and their families.