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Last Post - Paying our respects to Corps members who have sadly passed away .

We are always grateful to families and friends for providing us with information about the passing of serving and retired members of The Royal Corps of Signals. Names are also added to the Corps online Memorial Book.    Click to View

We will also add funeral details if requested.

Royal Corps of Signals Memorial Book

The Corps Memorial Book is open to anyone wishing set up a ‘celebration page’ in memory of a loved one or friend. The opportunity is also there to make a donation to the Royal Signals Benevolent Fund in memory of someone special.

The National Memorium Arboretum - Click to expand
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37th Signal Regiment On completion of their RSA fund raising challenge at The NMA July 2016

The National Memorial Arboretum (NMA) is the UK’s year-round centre of Remembrance; a spiritually uplifting place which honours the fallen, recognises service and sacrifice, and fosters pride in our country. It is a living and lasting memorial occupying 150 acre site adjacent to the confluence of the River Tame with the River Trent.

An Act of Remembrance is held daily in the Chapel on the site and throughout the year many services take place at Corps, Regiment and Organisation plots. An annual service is held at the Armed Forces Memorial at the centre of the site on Remembrance Sunday.

The Royal Corps of Signals Memorial, funded by donations from individuals and Royal Signals Association branches was officially unveiled by our Colonel in Chief, HRH The Princess Royal on 20 May 2008 in the presence of more than 1,000 past and present members of the Corps. The Corps is most grateful to those who kindly made a donation. The memorial was further enhanced in the summer of 2011 by the addition of surrounding stonework and a low wall. The Royal Signals Benevolent Fund continues to maintain the Corps plot and welcomes donations to further this work.

Further Information

Further information about the Arboretum may be obtained from:
The National Memorial Arboretum, Croxall Road, ALREWAS, Staffordshire DE13 7AR Tel: 01283-792333 or visit the web site at www.nationalmemorialarboretum.org

Corps Memorial Book Entry

Please use the form below to request that an entry is added to the book

Corps Memorial Book Entry

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