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Repatriations

Royal Air Force Brize Norton has responsibility for managing Repatriations.

A repatriation centre has been built on the southern side of the airfield to allow families privacy at their time of grief.   

Oxfordshire County Council have the details of the repatriation route and other arrangements via the following link 

Oxfordshire County Council Repatriation Information

Individuals can register their email details so that they can receive notifications of when a repatriation is planned to take place.

A Memorial Garden has been built at Norton Way Carterton to allow a safe place for members of the public to show their respects when the Cortege passes. The Memorial Garden in Norton was has been dedicated and trees planted. The union Flag donated by Royal Wootton Bassett is flown at half mast from a flag pole on the day of a repatriation. At other times another union flag is flown.

Norton_Way_Memorial_Bell.JPG A memorial bell was purchased by public subscription and now tolls during the repatriation ceremonies at the Memorial Garden.   

There is ample car parking near to the Memorial Garden and disabled badge holder parking adjacent to the garden. Directions to therepatriation car parking areas is well signed from the A40 and Brize Norton Village

At a nearby sports pavillion refreshments and toilets are available.

The Oxford Mail also maintains information on the Repatriations on their website.

Oxford Mail Repatriation information

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