Allied Special Forces Memorial Grove

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Garden 2 - Our Friends

Annette's Memorial Way leads us into a garden where we commemorate our members friends and family both military and civilian. 

◾ Stimmies Point - The Stimpson Family WW1 & WW2 - Special Operations Executive 


◾ Henry Bennett - Royal Marine Commando - Dieppe Raid

◾ Harry Hudson - Force 136 - Special Operations Executive

◾ John Jack - Royal Army Ordnance Corps

◾ Jack Marshal - Royal Engineers and Desert Rat

◾ Carmen Reddick - Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders of Canada

Post WW2

◾ Reginald Tayler - Royal Army Medical Corps and 22 Special Air Service Patrol Medic instructor

◾ Lewis Collins - (Bodie) 21 Special Air Service  & 10 Parachute Regiment

◾ Alex Smith age 9 - Lost his young life to cancer

◾ William Scroggie - 9th Gurkha Rifles

◾ Ruth Tong Memorial beloved wife of Bob Tong - 2 SAS soldier WW2


View the Grove from above courtesy of Martin Ray of ARODRONE.

Fund raising video to help promote the Peggi Fund"

Pegasus Bridge Memorial Flight - The Maquette under construction courtesy of BBC Hereford and Worcester.




The Allied Special Forces Association is creating the Allied Special Forces Memorial Grove, which is an integral part of the National Memorial Arboretum situated close to the village of Alrewas, Staffordshire. DE13 7AR.  The Grove has 7 gardens being developed with the Sun Room in Garden 4 at its centre. The Grove is a place for remembrance, commemoration, education and quiet contemplation.  It is being developed as an OPEN AIR BOOK, with every plaque and memorial telling a story, some a sentence, some a paragraph and some with whole chapters.  Much of the planting is designed to eventually provide all year round colour.  The Grove is a living memorial, in harmony with nature and growing in stature. 

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