The Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel

‘LIVE STREAM’ Service on Sunday 16th June at 12.00 The Annual Service of Remembrance to be held at 12.00 on Sunday 16th June at the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel will be LIVE STREAMED from 12.00 that day. Please access it via the homepage of Pangbourne’s You Tube Channel on the link below: ‘Live Service 2024

You can download the Order of Service here: ‘Order of Service PDF

New Information for Donors

We have a new way to give to the Chapel which is quick and easy. Our Just Giving (JG) donate button enables you to make an instant Gift Aided (or not) donation with no fees added for us or for you. You will however be invited to give a ‘tip’ to help JG to fund this free service but this is optional. If you wish to opt out: at the bottom of that page click on ‘Enter custom amount’ and it will bring you to a screen where you can alter the prescribed amount to a ‘0’. Please go to the ‘Ways to Donate page to see all the different ways that you can help the Chapel.

A big thank you to everyone who wishes to gift to the Chapel in whatever way you choose.

The Chapel Trustees are pleased to let you know that the date of next year’s Annual Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving will take place at the Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel, Pangbourne, on Sunday 16th June 2024 at 12.00.

The Chapel Memorial Room is now home to a significant new installation: The 40th Anniversary Commemorative Map, with key, showing 258 previously unnamed places and landmarks over the Falkland Islands which have been named ‘In Memory’ of each of those listed on the Falklands War Roll of Honour 1982. Please see Notices section for full details and a special message for bereaved families. The photo above shows Chapel Trustees Sara Jones CBE and Sukey Cameron OBE who witnessed The Rt. Rev’d Jonathan Clark, Bishop for the Falklands blessing the new installation for us.


The Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel is open daily to visitors between the hours of 0900-1700. It would be helpful if visitors could either email or telephone 01189 842101 (in office hours) to pre-arrange their visit. Giving notice of a visit would enable the College to advise visitors of any events or activities that may be scheduled to take place in the Chapel. On arrival at the College visitors will encounter a barrier at which there are clear instructions for entry. CCTV is in operation to show who is waiting and the office will lift the barrier. Thank you.

The Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel at Pangbourne College stands as a permanent and ‘living’ memorial to commemorate the lives and sacrifice of all those who died in the South Atlantic in 1982 and the courage of the thousands of Servicemen and women who served with them to protect the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands.

When the thunder of the guns was finally stilled in and around the Falkland Islands on 14th June 1982, 258 families were left to count the terrible cost. They had lost sons, fathers and husbands in the fierce actions fought at sea, on land, and in the air.

More than half the British casualties died at sea; the majority under fierce enemy attack which sank five ships and damaged eight more, some severely. Most of those killed have no grave but the sea. Others died in the fighting on land; many on dark hillsides in night battles. Yet more were killed while flying over land and sea.

The Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel, located in the south of England, has been built in their memory.

Let them never be forgotten.

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