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The Tributes planted in the Belfast Field of Remembrance each carry a personal message to someone who lost their life in Service for our country.
Every year we take great care and attention in planting thousands of personal Tributes in the Cardiff Field of Remembrance.
Saltwell Park (Gateshead) Field of Remembrance is a special way to pay tribute to all those who have lost their lives in Service for our country.
The Tributes planted in Lydiard Park (Swindon) Field of Remembrance honour and remember those who have lost their lives while serving in our Armed Forces.
Giving a gift in memory is a touching way to remember someone special by honouring their life and supporting a cause that was important to them.
When Paul Glazebrook lost his comrades in Iraq and Afghanistan, he wanted to honour their memory with a special tribute.
After being medically discharged from the RAF, Craig wanted a tattoo to tell the story of his life and commemorate his fallen comrades.
The Field of Remembrance at the National Memorial Arboretum (NMA) pays tribute to all those who have sadly lost their lives in conflict.
Sergeant Johnson Beharry was awarded the Victoria Cross, the highest award for gallantry, for extreme heroism in 2004.
Sam serves as a Corporal in the Paras and his tattoos show the significant impact that joining this elite airborne regiment has had on his identity.
From fun and sports events to very special events, there are many ways you can remember a loved one and raise money to support the work of the Legion.
Dan Arnold’s tattoos document the good and the bad on his journey from soldier to PTSD survivor.
Abby Winchester was nicknamed ‘the machine’ by her friends in the RAF due to her physical prowess and love of sport.
Lawrence Sabatini's tattoos feature symbols of Remembrance, paying tribute to those who have died in the service of Commonwealth countries.
Often the tattoos worn by people in our Armed Forces are more than body art. They are deeply personal, unconventional acts.
Being part of the military is more than just a job. When joining a unit, they become part of a larger family with its own history and traditions.