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National Memorial Arboretum
The National Memorial Arboretum is the UK’s year-round centre of Remembrance. It is part of The Royal British Legion family of charities.
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National Memorial Arboretum Jun 13
It’s that time of the week again! A big to the team at Arnold Clark in Burton-on-Trent for getting us on the road to spread the word about our D-Day: Vessels of Victory project.
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National Memorial Arboretum Jun 7
Our amazing team of volunteers are essential to the continued smooth running of the site and the delivery of commemorative events. As we close out national let's all say a huge thank you to our volunteers for everything they do. THANK YOU!
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National Memorial Arboretum Jun 6
Make sure to watch at 6 for their news bulletin, live from the Arboretum
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Pat Fenelon 🎥 Jun 6
crew for tonight’s live transmission watch our work come together
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Birmingham TV Jun 6
D-DAY 75🎖 : We bring you highlights ✨ from the hugely important day of commemoration at the !
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National Memorial Arboretum Jun 6
The Remembrance Travel tour buses are now leaving site with veterans aboard. Thank you for joining us today.
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Kaija Larke Jun 6
Thank you to for the time he spent talking to my grandfather and other veterans during the Commemorations Such a special day to share.
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Kensington Palace Jun 6
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The Duke of Cambridge attended a commemorative service at the National Memorial Arboretum, joining D-Day veterans and members of the public at a service at Heroes’ Square before laying a wreath at the Normandy Campaign Memorial.
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Richard Vernalls Jun 6
The Duke of Cambridge laid a wreath at the in Staffordshire with a personal message to those who paid the “ultimate sacrifice”, on D-Day.
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Benjamin Wareing Jun 6
D-Day veterans attend a commemoration event alongside The Duke of Cambridge earlier today:
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Josh Giltrap Jun 6
Wreaths have been laid at a special memorial at the in by world war 2 veterans, and Prince William to mark 75 years since the d day landing
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Josh Giltrap Jun 6
Prince William has met with WW2 veterans at in where a commemoration service has been held to mark 75 years since the d-day landings
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Heidi Booth Jun 6
HRH The Duke of Cambridge lays a wreath at the Normandy Campaign Memorial as part of the D-Day 75 Service of Remembrance here at
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National Memorial Arboretum Jun 6
HRH The Duke of Cambridge has entered Aspects, the Arboretum's conference and events venue, where groups of veterans will be presented
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National Memorial Arboretum Jun 6
The screens in Heroes' Square are now showing the live coverage of ’s Service of Remembrance at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery in Bayeux. Unfortunately the weather isn't co-operating 🌧️
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National Memorial Arboretum Jun 6
The procession to the Normandy Campaign Memorial continues
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National Memorial Arboretum Jun 6
A wreath laying party led by HRH The Duke of Cambridge is making its way to the Normandy Campaign Memorial. It includes representatives of veterans' associations and children from Pingle School
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National Memorial Arboretum Jun 6
Everyone stands for the national anthem
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National Memorial Arboretum Jun 6
Reverend Vic Flowers, honorary assistant chaplain to the Arboretum is administering a blessing to the congregation
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National Memorial Arboretum Jun 6
The Reveille sounds to signal the end of the two minute silence
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