First World War sailors honoured on White Cliffs of Dover

Memorial statues have been installed on the white cliffs of Dover, in remembrance of eleven sailors who died in the First World War.

The Tommy figures mark the men of the Dover Patrol who were killed in 1918 as the British tried to block the Belgian port of Zeebruge.

  • Watch report by Tom Savvides below:


  • Waveney Brooks, Niece.

  • Lord Boyce, Admiral of the Fleet.