Nichola Rowlands, of Remembrance Travel, Borough High Street,London, writes:

I am head of travel for the travel arm of the Royal British Legion, Remembrance Travel, and I’m currently on a mission to find every single surviving D-Day veteran.

The Treasury is enabling a series of free-of-charge tours for D-Day veterans to return to Normandy and pay their respects to their fallen ­comrades. The tours are being funded by the Treasury from Libor fines and will enable D-Day veterans to return with a family member or carer on a six-night tour.

The 2017 tours will take place in March, April, May and September and will give Normandy veterans – now mostly in their 90s – the chance to revisit the Normandy beaches, cemeteries and memorials.

The tours will be accompanied by a medic and a guide from the RBL.

The tours will depart from London and will include the Eurotunnel from Dover to Calais, accommodation, visits to Pegasus Bridge, the Juno, Sword and Gold beaches, Arromanches, and war memorials, plus visits to personally specified cemeteries.

Sadly, there is no database of D-Day veterans, so we are calling on the goodwill of the media and general public to spread the word. So, if you do know a D-Day veteran, please let them know about our free tours.

Normandy veterans wishing to benefit from this tour need to apply to our tour operator, Arena Travel, on 01473 660800, or visit journeysofremembrance.