WATCH: Liverpool remembers the 96 on the 30th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster
30 years have passed and the memories of that fateful day remain as strong as ever.
Today Liverpool stood silent and paid respect to the 96 and all of those affected by the Hillsborough Disaster which took place on 14th April 1989.
96 lanterns were laid on to the steps of St. George’s Hall, as a banner hung above with faces of the 96 and the words “Never Forgotten”. Flags around the city were flown at half mast and the Radio City Tour lit up the number 96 on it’s branding high above the city.
Joe Anderson was joined by Lord Mayor Christine Banks to lay wreaths next to the lantern at St. George’s Hall and flowers and messages were left at the Hillsborough Memorial outside St. John’s Gardens.
Watch above and please share your tribute on social media simply using the hashtag #NeverForgotten.