Welcome to the campaign to build Britain’s first national 999 Cenotaph (previously known as the National Emergency Services Memorial) dedicated to all who have served in our emergency services and the NHS. We are raising at least £3.2 million to build a ‘999 cenotaph’. It will honour the TWO MILLION people who work in the NHS and emergency services today, including the 250,000 first responders and the tens of thousands of 999 volunteers.
The 999 Cenotaph will serve as a national symbol of sacrifice, gratitude and remembrance for our brave 999 heroes.
We are truly honoured to have the support of His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge. As our future King and a former Air Ambulance pilot, HRH’s support means a great deal. We are also delighted to have the support of the Prime Minister, HM Government, the First Ministers and Governments of NI, Scotland and Wales and many others. Our supporters include:
You can read a statement from our Founder and CEO, Tom Scholes-Fogg, welcoming you to the website by clicking here.