|Location||Waterloo Station, London, England|
|Dedicated date||Windrush generation|
The National Windrush Monument is a bronze sculpture in Waterloo Station, London. It was created by Basil Watson. It was unveiled in June 2022 by Prince William, Duke of Cambridge. The monument memorialises the British West Indian immigrants who came to the United Kingdom on board HMT Empire Windrush in 1948, who subsequently became known as the Windrush generation. The inscription accompanying the monument lists the members of the Windrush Committee who commissioned the sculpture and a poem "You Called..and we came" written by Professor Laura Serrant OBE.