Welcome to the British Normandy Memorial
The British Normandy Memorial stands in a place where history was shaped.
On the columns of the Memorial, constructed on a hillside above Gold Beach, are inscribed the names of 22,442 servicemen and women who lost their lives on D-Day and during The Battle of Normandy.
For many generations to come, people will be able to visit the Memorial to reflect and to remember.
Normandy Veteran Patron George Batts MBE, Leg d’Hon., reflects on why the Memorial means so much to him and to those he left behind.
Our Royal Patron HRH The Prince of Wales pledges his support for the Normandy Memorial Trust.