Group    From 1984 

Police Memorial Trust

A charitable organisation created following a letter to The Times from Michael Winner about the death of Yvonne Fletcher, and it was in her memory that the Trust's first memorial was erected. The picture source website provides a list of all the memorials erected by the Trust.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Police Memorial Trust

Creations Information

DC Jim Morrison

Here fell D.C. Jim Morrison, 13 December 1991. {Below is the badge of the Me...

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Michael Winner

A memorial service for Michael Winner, attended by, amongst others, Sir Roger...

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National Police Memorial

Unveiled by the Queen.

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PC Keith Blakelock

This memorial used to be at the police station where PC Blakelock served, nea...

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PC Keith Palmer

In remembrance, PC Keith Palmer, GM, 22nd March 2017. The Police Memorial Trust

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Other Subjects

Battle of Abukir

Battle of Abukir

Part of the Napoleonic Wars.  The British fought the French at Abu Qir in Egypt and achieved a tactical victory.  Britain wanted to land troops on the beach and the French would prefer they stayed ...

Event, Armed Forces, War Memorial other, Egypt

1 memorial
George Cartwright VC

George Cartwright VC

Soldier. Born in South Kensington. He emigrated to Australia in 1912, and in 1915, enlisted in their Imperial Force. He joined the 33rd battalion, and after training in Britain was deployed to the ...

Person, Armed Forces, War Memorial WW1, Australia

1 memorial
King's Royal Rifle Corps

King's Royal Rifle Corps

Our picture source and their Wikipedia page gives details about the origins of the regiment in 1756, the changes in its name - formally becoming the King's Royal Rifle Corps in 1830 - and its battl...

Group, Armed Forces

1 memorial
Lieutenant Colonel David Waring Eustace, MBE.

Lieutenant Colonel David Waring Eustace, MBE.

David Waring Eustace was born on 2 July 1944 in Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, a son of Colonel Frank Albert Eustace, OBE, Royal Marines, (1908-1976) and Rosemary Anne Eustace née King (1917-1978). His ...

Person, Armed Forces, Tragedy

1 memorial