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Runnymede Air Forces Memorial, Egham

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  • Very atmospheric, you almost feel the presence of the thousands of service people who never returned. Only visit when dry 'cause the view from the roof is excellent but roof floor closed when wet due ...  more »
  • I have been coming to this place on regular basis as I love it. It has got amazing views. I always prefer to sit outside sitting area as you can see the boats, river and the gateways for transfer of b...  more »
  • This is a really lovely place to visit if you are in the area. We park in the car park nearby so a short walk to the memorial grounds and another short walk to the actual memorial. There are also step...  more »
  • An incredible place. So peaceful yet sad, poignant and moving. A wonderful setting to clear your head and reflect upon the utter selflessness of what these people did for us all.
  • We have visited the Memorial on a number of occasions since it was built, and are appreciative that other visitors also treat it with the respect it deserves. It also make a good 'centre' to walk down and visit the Magna Carta Memorial, and the JFK Memorial, although the walk uphill from the Magna Carta Memorial, can be a bit of a struggle for some.
  • A superb setting with views across Runnymede and the Thames Valley. The serenity of the memorial is the perfect way to honour the memory of the fallen. It is touching to find mementos and fresh flowers left for a loved one or friend despite the passage of time.
  • Fantastic place with nice views of Thames valley. Very peaceful place. Away from the noise of the city.
  • An incredibly moving place which includes my father's name, who died before I was born. I was at the opening of this beautiful Memorial in 1953 but too young to realise the significance at that time. RIP Kenneth John Yates.