Survivors of the Hillsborough disaster have spoken about the significance of a commemorative plaque installed in their honour at Liverpool Central Station.

The permanent tribute – donated by the family of campaigner Anne Williams, whose son Kevin was one of the 96 supporters who lost their lives as a result of the 1989 tragedy – was unveiled at a ceremony in November.

Speaking in the video above, survivors of the disaster Steve Hart and Damian Kavanagh explain its importance and their gratitude to Anne’s family for making it happen.

Her brother, Danny Gordon, commissioned the plaque and said: “This tribute is not intended to undermine the great help and support many have given our survivors for many years.

“It is just to say thank you and to recognise the efforts many of you made to save lives, organising yourselves, making the majority of professionals look like amateurs. Without your efforts many more lives could have been lost.”