A SPECIAL Remembrance concert on Thursday paid special tribute to fallen Wanderers war hero Harry Goslin.

The Vicar of Bolton Rev. Canon Dr Chris Bracegirdle led the act of Remembrance, while the night also featured the Lancashire Artillery Volunteer Band performing for the crowds.

Bolton Wanderers' Chaplain Rev. Phil Mason told the story of captain Harry Goslin and the wartime Wanderers.

Harry's son, Bill, his grandson, great granddaughter and great grandson were all present at the service.

Harry played over 300 times for Bolton between 1930 and 1939. He was killed in action in Italy in 1943.