For the centenary of the First World War, communities and organisations across Wales will be developing a wide variety of projects.  If you are planning any projects , please get in touch here.

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Join The Unremembered to commemorate the Labour Corps from World War One

The Unremembered project is a national campaign to remember World War One’s army of workers – the Labour Corps. The Labour Corps cooked, cleaned, carried and cared for the soldiers on the front li ...

Ringing Remembers 2

Remember Welsh bell ringers who died in World War One

When the bells rang out on 11 November 1918 they announced the end of the most catastrophic war the world had yet seen. Of the many who lost their lives in World War One, 1,400 were bell ringers haili ...


Powys War Memorials Project

Funding for maintenance, repairs and restoration to war memorials  One outcome of the Powys War Memorials Project is to provide funding for a rolling programme of maintenance, repairs and restoratio ...


Angle Community Plaques of Remembrance restoration

Angle Community Plaques of Remembrance restoration Angle is a small, predominantly rural community at the extreme south west of Pembrokeshire. Geographically it is bordered on three sides by the sea. ...


St Pauls Church in Wales WW1 Memorial Stained Glass Window restoration

St Pauls Church in Grangtown, Cardiff is home to one of the largest and most impressive stained glass WW1 Memorial’s in the UK. This 1920 war memorial by the prominent London firm of Burlison & ...