Norwegian people, young and old came together in the Pier Head to celebrate their Constitution Day. The Constitution of Norway was signed at Eidsvoll on May 17 in the year 1814. The constitution declared Norway to be an independent kingdom in an attempt to avoid being ceded to Sweden after Denmark–Norway’s devastating defeat in the Napoleonic Wars
Members of the congregation from the Nordic Church in Park Lane, met near the plaque for personnel lost during the Battle Of The Atlantic. Some were dressed in traditional costumes with blue, red and white ribbons. A service was held in Norwegian and a wreath was laid under the plaque.
Accompanied by the Imperial Corps of Drums from Liverpool, the parade went from the Pier Head, into the Albert Dock. Banners and flags were carried by people in the parade, with the parade concluding at the entrance to the Albert Dock.
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