Powys War Memorials Project 2014-2018: A Mark of Respect project commemorates the centenary of the First World War and aims to maintain the war memorials of Powys. The project has produced useful 'toolkits' that include information and resources about the First World War as well as guides on researching and looking after war memorials. Show page
West Wales War Memorial Project project to remember the men and women of the old county of Dyfed (Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire) who are commemorated on war memorials throughout the three counties. These memorials cover many conflicts, including the First World War.Show page
Llanidloes Great War Trail A guided trail around the market town of Llanidloes, in mid Wales, highlighting the sacrifice made by families in the town during World War One. The trail gives details of the war experience of men from Llanidloes, many of whom paid the ultimate sacrifice and whose names are recorded on the war memorial at the start of the trail. By linking the names on the memorial to the places where the men lived, worked and socialised, the trail brings them back to life and reconnects the present to a past Llanidloes that is in danger of slipping out of memory. This trail is the first in a series that illustrates the experience of a rural Welsh community (Arwystli) in the Great War. Apple: Android: page
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