An irregular shaped rock, brought from Cyprus, fixed to a polished grey granite base, in turn fixed to a rectangular plinth of the same material. The plinth has a sloping front face within which is inset a tablet of polished black granite. The tablet is engraved, in white, with a commemoration below the insignia of the 46 sections of the British Armed Forces that participated in the Campaign. On the back face of the plinth is a second tablet of polished black granite with details of the dedication service and the units involved in the Campaign. The Cyprus rock has a metal plaque affixed to the rock, in the shape of the island, with a dedication to those who served.
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Andy Paddock is the former Senior Army Webmaster and now runs his own web design company. Andy has been helping Albert since 2010 and is becoming a master of teaching old dogs new tricks.