The Garden of Remembrance, designed by Mr Percy Cross, was originally meant as a memorial to those Fusiliers who died in the two World Wars but is now dedicated to all Fusiliers killed in action since 1914.
It is laid out at the north side of St Sepulchre's with benches bearing the regimental crest, and a flag pole on which is flown the regimental flag on national and regimental occasions. The paths are of York paving stones enclosing a stone cross.
In the garden are memorials to members of 1st Bn The Royal Fusiliers, 1st/5th Bn Royal Gurkha Rifles and 31st Field Ambulance killed during the attack on Mozzagrogna, Italy between 27th November and 17th December 1943;
and to members of 1st Bn Royal Fusiliers killed in action during the Korean war.