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2019 Christmas Tree of Remembrance

On Sunday 1 December the Friends of Prescot Cemetery & Churchyard once again host the Christmas Tree of Remembrance service in the cemetery. Please join us at 1pm for a time of Christmas carols, a blessing by the Reverend John Taylor, Vicar of Prescot, and a chance to tie a bauble to the tree in… Read more

Tesco Bags of Help Win & More News

Thank-you to Tesco and to our many supporters in and around Prescot, whose blue tokens put our group in first place in the Tesco Bags of Help scheme earlier this year. The win has provided us with £4,000, which will be spent in part on new benches around the BI Memorial. Two already exist, one… Read more

Merry Christmas from FOPCC

The Friends of Prescot Cemetery & Churchyard would like to thank everyone who attended this year’s Christmas Tree of Remembrance. Once again we enjoyed some seasonal carols, and the Vicar of Prescot blessed the tree before the Mayor of Prescot, Cllr David Rigby, gave a few words and invited people to remember loved ones by… Read more

Christmas Tree of Remembrance 2017

All are warmly invited to participate in our annual Christmas Tree of Remembrance ceremony on Sunday 10 December in Prescot Cemetery. Beginning at 1pm, this reflective occasion is an opportunity to place a bauble on the tree in memory of a loved one. Seasonal refreshments are served afterwards.

Autumn Update from the FPCC

It’s a busy time for the Friends of Prescot Cemetery & Churchyard. Over the summer, we took delivery of several new lecterns. Lavishly illustrated and packed full of fascinating information, they tell the history of key points around the site, such as the War Memorial, the graves of Prescot’s fallen soldiers, and the Baby Memorial… Read more

Spring 2017: Daffodils in Bloom

Each year, volunteers from the Friends of Prescot Cemetery & Churchyard plant daffodil bulbs. We are delighted to say they are now in full bloom. Please take a stroll through the cemetery yourself to enjoy the flowers. It lends the site a natural beauty that those buried there deserve.

Prescot War Memorial Was 1st in the UK

Having just commemorated the 100th anniversary of Prescot War Memorial, the Friends of Prescot Cemetery & Churchyard are delighted to confirm that the statue was in fact the first to be erected in the UK. The discovery comes via the Imperial War Museum, who confirmed it was the earliest war memorial on record. Local residents,… Read more