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Planning a visit to Liverpool next week, and stumbled across this doing research. this is one statue I want to see in many of the places i plan to go.
Can I correct some errors however, Noel Chavasse was one of 3 men - to...More
I was born and bred in Liverpool, yet it is only relatively recently that the story of this great and heroic man has been widely publicised. There is a small park named after him next to the Liverpool ONE shopping centre and this lovely statue,...More
The statue of Noel Chavasse is located adjacent to his childhood home, but is overall a memorial to all of Liverpool's VC winners specifically and more broadly to the city's war dead. Simple but evocative.
Noel Chavasse is a true hero and the statue is a fitting tribute to this extraordinary man.
Born in Oxford were the family moved to Liverpool he trained and qualified as a doctor in 1912 and when with the outbreak of WW1 he was commissioned...More
I already knew the story of Noel Chavasse but was unaware of this statue until I was planning a long weekend away in Liverpool with my daughter, so it was a pleasant find.
During a Beatles taxi tour I asked if the driver would detour...More
A great statue, slightly larger than life size, by sculptor Tom Murphy. Set in an open paved area it is very accessible. Around the base are the names of men from the Liverpool area who were awarded the VC.
628 VCs were awarded in WW1,...More
This is a fitting memorial to one of Liverpool's heroic sons of the First World War. I'm just not sure why it is placed in such an out of the way location and not in Chavasse Gardens, which would be more appropriate in my opinion....More