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Hillsborough Service held outside the Shankly Gates on 23rd August 2003.
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Fans of both Liverpool and Everton gathered at the Hillsborough memorial at Anfield on Saturday 23 August, at 12.15pm, for a short service to remember the 96 football supporters who lost their lives in the 1989 tragedy. The service was conducted by the Everton club chaplain, Rev. Harry Ross, vicar of St Luke's Church, Goodison Road. It follows tit-for-tat acts of vandalism last season when there was paint thrown on the Hillsborough memorial following two incidents of paint being thrown on Everton's Dixie Dean statue outside Goodison Park.

The people before the start of the service The Rev. Harry Ross Speakers at the service The people during the service The Final Prayer

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