- First World War Victoria Cross Awards
- George Thomas Dorrell VC M.B.E.
- Commemoration Service for George Thomas Dorrell
- Richard Bell Davies VC
- Commemoration for Richard Bell Davies VC
- Humphrey Firman, V.C., R.N.
- Commemoration Service for Humphrey Firman VC
- Julian Gribble VC
- Commemoration Service for Julian Gribble VC
- Victor Crutchley VC, D.S.C., R.N.
- Rowland Bourke VC, D.S.O., R.N.V.R.
- Commemoration Service for Rowland Bourke VC and Victor Crutchley VC
- The Zeebrugge Raids
Silence fell at South Kensington Station on 25 April 2018 when the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea remembered local First World War hero Humphrey Osbaldeston Brooke Firman VC.
Paving stone for Humphrey Firman VC
Passersby stopped and observed the ceremony held outside South Kensington station as a special paving stone was unveiled to commemorate Humphrey Firman’s act of valour at the Siege of Kut, on 24 April 1916, for which he received a Victoria Cross.
The commemorative paving stone was unveiled by Commodore Martin Atherton, O.B.E., R.N. and the Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Councillor Robert Freeman.
Born in Kensington on 24 November 1886, Humphrey Firman was a lieutenant in the Royal Navy during the First World. He was 29 years old when he was killed in action.
Victoria Cross citation for Humphrey Firman VC
For full details of the ceremony you can download the Order of the Ceremonial: