We Remember and Honour those who went before
Our researchers work tirelessly to uncover our history for future generations.
Ensuring the History and Sacrifice of the Portsmouth Region is preserved
The charity was initially set up to erect a memorial at Fratton Park (the home of Portsmouth FC), to honour the Portsmouth men who, during the First World War, joined the 14th & 15th Battalions of The Hampshire Regiment known as The Pompey Pals.
Since 2014, the charity has expanded its aims and now looks to honour and commemorate all Portsmouth citizens who have served in this country’s armed forces, or who have lost their lives as a result of enemy action from 1914 to the present day. Whether it is through this website, social media, organised memorial events, or via our museum and research centre located at Fort Widley, we aim to record and to tell the individuals story.
We are always happy to hear from armed forces veterans, or from anyone who had family members who served. Your story is our history, help us to preserve it by sharing and recording it for prosperity.
For those who are simply interested in local history and want to know more, or who would like to support the charity in its work, then why not become a ‘Friend of The Pompey Pals? Or become a volunteer?
Just click on the links below……..
We are always happy to hear from anyone who had family members who served.Share your family’s story or become a volunteer
Our Team of Volunteers
We will be adding our full team shortly
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