Ride To The Wall 2017

Ride to the Wall sees thousands of motorcyclists, both young and old, from around the UK come together in a moving emotional service to remember the names engraved on the walls of the Armed Forces Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum.

Experience and enjoy the spectacle as thousands of motorcyclists arrive at the Arboretum for Ride to the Wall 2017. Activities, including an annual Remembrance service, will be taking place throughout the day as RTTW marks its tenth anniversary. 

Through the commitment and generous support of the RTTW team, and its participants, more than £600,000 has been raised for the Arboretum over the past nine years.

Car & Coach Parking:

All cars, mini buses and coaches will be directed to our park and ride facility on the Catton Hall estate, located of the A513. This area will be clearly signposted on the approach to the Arboretum.

Please be advised that there is a £3 parking charge.

Blue Badge Parking: 
Blue Badge parking is available at the park and ride facility.  A complementary shuttle service is available and is fully accessible. 

Please be advised that there is a £3 parking charge.

A complementary shuttle service will be available to the Arboretum and will drop visitors outside the Main Reception. The shuttle service is fully accessible and will operate from 9am and the last shuttle service will leave the National Memorial arboretum at 5.30pm.

Please click the link below to download a directional map to the park and ride facility.

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Activities from 9am
National Memorial Arboretum
Entrance to the Arboretum is free, to register a motorcycle for this event please visit the RTTW website. Alternatively, participants can also register on the day.
Tel: 01283 245 100 email: info@thenma.org.uk
Register for RTTW 2017
          Millennium Chapel         Heroes' Square     Vets' Village Armed Forces Memorial


10.00     Sincerely Yours    
11.00   Daily Act of Remembrance   The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals  
11.30         Sincerely Yours Lichfield Gospel Choir  
12.30       Gari Glaysher Arrival of Flag Bearing Party
13.00         The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals
14.00         Parachute Drop
          Welcome and Addresses
          Service of Remembrance
14.30     Sincerely Yours Lichfield Gospel Choir Wreath Laying (Brothers in Arms)
15.00     The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals    
15.30       Abigail Carter-Simpson and Oliver Moriarty RAF Squirrel Flypast
16.00     Sincerely Yours