Thursday, 30 March 2017

The Duke Of Cambridge Lays Wreath In Memory Of PC Keith Palmer, Who Was Killed In Terror Attack

The Duke Of Cambridge Lays Wreath In Memory Of PC Keith Palmer

The Duke of Cambridge laid a wreath in the Police Memorial Garden at the National Memorial Arboretum on Wednesday in memory of the police officer killed in the London terror attack.

PC Keith Palmer was stabbed by a terrorist last week as he was guarding the Palace of Westminster.

On the wreath, Prince William left a message which reads: “For PC Keith Palmer, and all those who have served our community so valiantly, your legacy is our way of life.”

The second-in-line to the throne signed the message off with his signature.

The Duke of Cambridge was at the National Memorial Arboretum to officially open the new Remembrance Centre.

When opening the centre, he was acting in the capacity of Patron of the National Memorial Arboretum Appeal.

Forming part of The Royal British Legion, the National Memorial Arboretum has fostered pride in the UK year round since 1997 when it became the nation's centre of Remembrance. The 'living and lasting memorial' stands proudly as a place to honour the fallen and recognise the service and sacrifice of every man and woman who devotes their lives to the defence of UK freedom.

The 'living and lasting memorial' stands proudly as a place to honour the fallen and recognise the service and sacrifice of every man and woman who devotes their lives to the defence of UK freedom.

The Remembrance Centre project received support from many individuals and organisations including lead supporters The Royal British Legion, Staffordshire County Council, the Heritage Lottery Fund, Rolls Royce and the Westminster Foundation. The new Centre features a cloistered courtyard garden, three new exhibition galleries and a larger restaurant and

The new Centre features a cloistered courtyard garden, three new exhibition galleries and a larger restaurant and a shop for visitors.

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