A NEW survey shows high levels of appreciation and loyalty among visitors to the National Memorial Arboretum, in Staffordshire.
The Arboretum, part of The Royal British Legion family of charities, welcomes around 300,000 people to its national centre for remembrance every year.
Ninety seven per cent of the 298 respondents to the survey said that they were “very likely” to recommend it to their friends, while more than two thirds were “very likely” to return within the next year.
Remembering the fallen
The Armed Forces Memorial, which commemorates those who have been killed on duty or as a result of terrorism from the end of the Second World War to the present day, was rated “very good or good” by all.
Sarah Montgomery, managing director of the Arboretum, said: “We were hugely heartened by the results of this survey, which shows that the hard work of our staff and volunteers is so clearly valued and appreciated.
“The coming year heralds some exciting further improvements to the Arboretum, not least in terms of up to 20 new memorials being dedicated. Buoyed by this impressive feedback, the team here is devoted to preserving and enhancing the centre for future generations.”
Plan your visit
To find out more about this inspiring venue, visit www.thenma.org.uk