Memorials

 

The Tri-Services Memorial at Palace Barracks

This memorial stone  has been engraved on both sides. It has the Royal Navy, Army and the Royal Air Force badges as the main theme while underneath we have all the conflicts the Armed Forces of the United Kingdom  have been involved in since 1945. When the stone was dedicated over a 1000 people attended the ceremony.

Albert D.Owens MBE
Memorial Custodian

The Iraq and Afghanistan Memorial

Her Majesty The Queen will unveil a new memorial in Victoria Embankment Gardens, Westminster, at a service on Thursday 9 March The memorial honours both the UK Armed Forces and civilians who served their country in the Gulf region, Iraq and Afghanistan, and who...

Felix Memorial Garden

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...

The Burial of the Unknown Warrior

One evening in 1916 a young padre, David Railton, came back from the line where he had been conducting a burial service. He entered a billet somewhere near Armentieres and in the small back garden, very close to the house, was a grave marked by a rough, white cross....

A LITTLE GIRL REMEMBERS HER DADDY

7 year old Grace Ibinson remembers her daddy Steve Ibinson who died of  heart attack at the age of 33 in Afghanistan.His memorial stone is one of many In the Palace Barracks Memorial...

Never Forgotten

Paygan aged 8 and Mum Anna Aston the family of Cpl Russ Aston. Corporal Russell Aston was killed in action in southern Iraq on 24 June whilst serving with 156 Provost Company, Royal Military Police. Aged 30, he came from Swadlincote, Derbyshire, and was married with...

Stones on Memorial Wall,Palace Barracks

These are just some of the polished granite memorials stones which are to be seen on the memorial wall in the Palace Barracks Memorial Garden in Northern Ireland. They are dedicated to the individual Regiments and Corps who served in the Palace Barracks and lost their...

The Soldiers Charity

Memorial Book

On This Day

Thomas Graham Fenton
Thomas Graham Fenton
Published On: 22nd July 1976
Died: 22nd July 1977 Officer Fenton was a member of the Northern Ireland Prison Service from October 1976 until 22 July 1977 when he was shot dead by the IRA while having a drink in Molloys bar. Ballymoney. Co Antrim he was off duty when he was murdered.
Cpl Brian Criddle BEM
Cpl Brian Criddle BEM
Published On: 22nd July 1973
  Died: July 22 1973 Killed by a bomb near Clogher in Co Tyrone, He was attached to the Royal Tank Regiment when he was killed, He had been awarded the BEM for his service in Ulster. His dog survived the Blast. Died four days after being injured in land mine attack.
Stones on Memorial Wall,Palace Barracks
Stones on Memorial Wall,Palace Barracks
Published On: 22nd July 2013
These are just some of the polished granite memorials stones which are to be seen on the memorial wall in the Palace Barracks Memorial Garden in Northern Ireland. They are dedicated to the individual Regiments and Corps who served in the Palace Barracks and lost their lives in Northern Ireland and later on in Operations around the World while stationed Continue Reading

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