This small garden is situated in Thiepval Barracks. It commemorates those of 321 EOD Company Royal Army Ordnance Corps who died in service undertaking bomb disposal in Northern Ireland. The garden features a mural of Belfast by Kelvin Hunter, along with benches, a triangular planted bed and gravelled areas.
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1st Memorial Granite Tablet for the members of The RUC and Armed Forces killed in the Newry and Mourne District during “The Troubles”
10th July 2013
13th March 2012
18th February 2013
On This Day
Published On: 16th October 2012Memorial to fallen RFA personnel unveiled A national memorial to commemorate all the members of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) who have died while serving on operations around the world has been officially unveiled. Since 1905 the Royal Fleet Auxiliary has supported the Royal Navy across the globe during both peace and war, providing vital supplies such as food, Continue Reading →