These Monuments, which are spread across Europe on the route which the Regiment took, are dedicated to the Officers and men of the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry, who gave their lives in the cause of Freedom.
All the memorial plaques were produced and generously donated by Captain David Render, “A” Squadron.
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The Regimental Monument to the Liberation of Bayeux, Normandy.
This was the first town to be liberated, which became the temporary seat of the French Government under General De Gaulle.
The Regimental Plaque at the Farmhouse at St. Pierre, Tilly-sur-Seulles
The Plaque on the banks of the river Seine at Vernon, where we crossed.
8th Armoured Brigade plaque in the Museum at Groesbeek, Nijmegen, Holland.
The Command Tank “Robin Hood” installed outside the Museum of Groesbeek, Holland.
The memorial and Plaque at the church in Dinxperlo, to the 51st Highland Division and The Sherwood Rangers.
Our memorial plaque outside the Town Hall in Geel, Belgium.
Geel was the scene of some of the worst fighting we experienced in Europe.
The 43rd Wessex Memorial, which also includes the Sherwood Rangers at Lochem, Holland.
The Memorial Plaque which is installed inside the Church at Bottisford, Lincs to Trooper Bend.
The Memorial Plaque is installed on The Earl of Yarboroughs Estate to Sgt. J.Butler MM, K.I.A. 23.11.44
Westminster Hall, London.
The book of remembrance is to those members of parliament who were K.I.A.
Below is the record of Colonel E.O.Kellett, DSO, K.I.A. 22.3.43
Below is part of the list of Regiments displayed in the stain glass windows in Westminster Hall.
The Sherwood Rangers window is extreme right, center row.