Over 15,000 paper doves suspended in Liverpool's stunning cathedral, created by renowned sculptor and artist Peter Walker.
Originally planned for May 2020 but postponed due to the pandemic, it's now a more fitting time than ever for an installation of peace and reflection.
The paper doves carry messages of peace and hope written by local school children and community groups and will be accompanied by a soundscape from composer David Harper.
As well as Peace Doves, visitors to the cathedral will also be able to view the return of the popular Angel Wings moving light projection, created by Luxmuralis.
Visitors can take photos and videos in front of the shoulder height, angel wings that pulsate and change colour to a curated soundtrack.
Another new, interactive art installation also going on display is Peace to Ourselves. Visitors will be asked to place a button inside the shape of a giant dove and take a moment to contemplate the past year and remember those who have lost their lives.