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Walk through the woods on Coopers Hill and at the top of the hill visitors will reach the Commonwealth Air Forces Memorial. Dedicated to some 20,456 men and women who lost their lives in World War II and who have no known grave, this site is well worth a visit.

Opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in 1953, the memorial features a shrine surrounded by a cloister, painted ceilings and a beautiful window engraved with the Airman’s Psalm. Climb the building’s tower and be rewarded with views of Windsor Castle, Runnymede and the surrounding counties.

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We’re delighted to be re-opening The Runnymede on Thames on Thursday 3 December under Tier Two restrictions. We have had to adapt some of our offerings to meet guidelines. Please call us if you have any queries.