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This Wednesday is ANZAC Day, a day where many Liverpool residents pay homage to the ANZACs who fought for our country and braved conditions and horrors that are simply unimaginable to most of us today.
ANZAC Day is arguably one of Australia’s most important national holidays and it gives us all the time to reflect on the sacrifices that were made by our brave soldiers during the First World War, and that are still made by our defence forces to this day.
If you want to show your ANZAC spirit this year there will be a number of ANZAC Day services taking place around the area.
In Liverpool there will be a day of ANZAC Day events at the Liverpool RSL.
The day will start with a march that will assemble at 5am in front of the Liverpool RSL and then kick off at 5.15am and travel to Bigge Street (from George Street and along Moore Street).
From 5.30am a service will then begin which will run until 5.55am and be followed by a return march back to the Liverpool RSL where there will be a breakfast served from 8am and an ANZAC Day concert will take place. There will be a second concert at 1.30pm as well.
We all receive a public holiday on ANZAC Day and it is important that we take some time on this day, no matter how busy our lives are, to either attend a commemorative service or at least to join the nation in a minute’s silence where we can think about how lucky we are to have the freedoms and way of life we have in Australia today.