Since the first brick was laid in 2012, the People's Path has become a popular way for people to leave a lasting memory around the Cathedral.
Stretching out from various points around the Cathedral, the People’s Path has become a point of interest - somewhere visitors can view the people who make the city was it was, and what it is today.
When the Path began In 2012, Canon Myles Davies said:
“We hope that The People’s Path will become a rich tapestry, detailing life in, and connected to, Liverpool, and featuring people from all walks of life, from all over the world and all with their own connection to the Cathedral and the city."
“It is not just about memorial, although that is a big part – the Cathedral and Liverpool are both living, breathing and growing communities, and we invite people to mark perhaps a key date or event in their life, such as a graduation or memorable visit, or simply say ‘I am here’. For many the Cathedral is their symbol of Liverpool, and now they can literally be a part of it.”