The 41 Club Garden is looking quite mature now, as you can see from the pictures below. The NMA are poised to give the trees a trim, the paths a weed and the obelisk a steam clean in readiness for Remembrance Sunday. If you do go to the Service you may spot that one of the trees has succumbed to the elements, but it will be replaced soon. All monies owing by National for the recent renovations and ongoing maintenance have now been paid.
Between 1914 and 1920, more than 3,000 British soldiers were sentenced to death by courts martial for desertion, cowardice, striking an officer, disobedience, falling asleep on duty or casting away arms.