Garden 3 - Raids, Raiders, Reconnaissance & Resistance
Annette's Memorial Way passes the Dieppe Raid Memorial "Remembering Canadians", which is full of heather and virtually always in flower. The heather in flower represents the Plaid of the Scottish Canadian Regiments who fought at Dieppe during WW2. The way leads to the memorial commemorating Annette Colton who was a volunteer in the Grove.
World War 1
Gabrielle Petit - Belgium Citizen - WW1 - Secret Intelligence Service - Executed 1st April 1916
World War 2
Dieppe Raid Memorial Garden
Army Film & Photographic Unit
Moussey Memorial and the Cross of Lorraine Seat
Flying Officer Robert William Walker Lutz - 247 Squadron - Typhoon Raider.
The Reconnaissance Corps Plaque
46 Reconnaissance Corps Plaque
Popski's Private Army Memorial
Breakaway Survival Tree Seat Project 2005
Annette Colton Memorial