The Portsmouth D-Day Museum Trust
Founded in 2015, our mission is to continue to preserve the memory of the story of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy. Our work is to continue the D-Day legacy to memorialize the bravery, and sacrifice of those who fought to liberate Europe.
We support the work of The D-Day Story to ensure the ongoing educational and outreach programmes in order to facilitate access to the museum for younger generations, transmitting the story of D-Day, and ensuring the preservation of its memory.
The Portsmouth D-Day Museum Trust is a registered charity (No 1156976 ).
The Trust’s first task has been to secure the match funding required for The D-Day Story re-development. Future activity will involve seeking funding to support an ongoing programme of events and activities.
Viscount Montgomery of Alamein CMG CBE, son of Field Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery, allied land forces commander for D-Day.
Professor David Eisenhower, grandson of General Dwight D. Eisenhower, supreme allied commander for D-Day.
Celia Sandys, granddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill, Britain’s prime minister during the Second World War.
Colonel Charles Ackroyd
Mr Roger Ching
Mrs Sarah-Jane Hunt
Mr Marc Hanson
Dr David Price
Mr Timothy Rusby
Lord Ben Stoneham
Normandy Memorial Wall
Memorial Wall Plaque and Bricks
John Jenkins at the Memorial Wall
You can secure a memorial brick or plaque from our website here
On receipt of your application, we will make arrangements for an engraved brick (for individual names) or plaque (for badges etc) to be engraved, and you will be notified once it has been installed along with an invitation to come and visit the museum.