free web stats
Your free online newspaper for Merseyside...  

Read our Tracking & Cookie Usage Policy

Email | Latest edition | Archive | Terms & Conditions

Business Index Search




Latest Edition

Back to Archive

Please beware that this is an archived news page.

This page has been archived as a historical record only.


Some features and links on this page might no longer be functioning.

© 2000-2013

PCBT Photography

Southport Reporter® is the Registered Trade Mark of Patrick Trollope.

Get your Google PageRank

Southport Reporter®

Edition No. 176

Date:- 20 November 2004

Your news... Your words...

Email us your stories and news!

Remembrance hits home.
Photographs and report by Patrick Trollope.

THIS week Merseyside held the normal Two Minute Silence on the 11 of November and also on Remeberance Sunday. The act began in 1919 following the Armistice at 11am on the 11 November 1918 at the end of the First World War to remember and reflect on human price and value of freedom. This simple act now demonstrates the nation’s concern about the cost of war and shows that it should not be forgotten. This year in Southport the simple words "They shall grow not old as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them nor the years condem. At the going down of the sun and in the morning. We will remember them. When you go home tell them of us, and say for your tomorrow we gave our today." had far more impact on the younger generation than normal, as the town unveiled a new name on the war memorial,

Major Maththew Titchener
the name of Major Matthew Titchener. He died in Iraq in December 2003, aged 32. At the time leaving a two-year-old son called Matheson and his wife is expecting their second child. As The Royal British Legion says:- "If we are to maintain our peace and freedom, we must always remember.” Photographs taken on Sunday of Southport and Formby services and parades

Page 10 of 18
If green box above does not show, you must download a new edition of Java. To get it just use this link:-

Email Us Your News Now