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Sir Max Horton

From November 1942 until the end of The Second World War, Admiral Horton served as Commander-in-Chief Western Approaches, directing the Allied response to the German submarines from his headquarters in Liverpool. The Statue created by Liverpudlian sculptor Terry MacDonald in honour of an Anglesey-born war hero is in Rhosneigr. Admiral Horton spent years in the village, with his parents once owning the Maelog Lake Hotel which still stands today as the Oyster Catcher restaurant. Remembrance day this year is a Thursday, 11th November, with remembrance Sunday on the 14th.

Sir Max Horton