National Ambulance Services Memorial
The National Ambulance Memorial commemorates those in the Ambulance Services Community who have been killed or who have died whilst on duty.
The Memorial is situated within the National Memorial Arboretum which is the UK's year round centre of Rememberance and a spiritually uplifting place which recognises service and sacrifice as well as fosters pride in our country. Sited in Staffordshire, with 50,000 maturing trees, it is a beautiful and lasting triute to those that serve the country. Visitors from all walks of life number around 300,000 per year, including Ambulance Services personnel, veterens, students of all ages, groups and individuals.
The National Ambulance Memorial Service was held on Thursday 15th September 2016. Commecing at 2.00pm with a short service in the Chapel of Peace before moving to the Ambulance Service Garden of Rememberance for an Act of Rememberance to honour the memory of all those who have served and died working for the ambulance services. Wreaths were laid and the Roll of Honour read out.
You can visit the Memorial Garden. Entry is free and it is open every day except Christmas Day.
National Memorial Arboretum
Tel: 01283 792333
Visit the National Memorial Arboretum website for further information and to plan your visit.
If you wish to attend our remembrance services, please contact us in advance to register your interest.