Liverpool Chavasse Park

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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