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Liverpool Chavasse Park

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Funfair rides in Chavasse Park, Liverpool, one month before christmas. The city centre Chavasse Park is built on top of the car park at Liverpool One, and was named after a local war hero, Noel Godfrey Chavasse, who was "twice" awarded the Victoria Cross. It is also now the home of the "Peace and Harmony" monument, a European Peace Monument dedicated to John Lennon.

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