Projects

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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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 & ...

© Archif Menywod Cwmru/Women's Archive of Wales

Women in Wales in World War I

In the spring of 2015 Archif Menywod Cymru/Women’s Archive of Wales received a HLF grant to collect and preserve on a website records of the lives of women all over Wales during the First World War. ...

Views of an Antique Land – Imaging Egypt and Palestine in the First World War

We are pleased to announce that Cardiff University has received a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund for the collection of images of Egypt and Palestine during the First World War. Our aim is to c ...

Llancarfan War Memorial (c) J. Scott-Quelch

Llancarfan War Memorial refurbishment – Welsh Government Historic Environment Service (Cadw)’s War Memorial Grant Scheme

        This project is part of the Welsh Government Historic Environment Service (Cadw)’s War Memorial Grant Scheme. A grant of up to £10,000 is available for the up to 5,000 w ...

The Welsh at Gallipoli and Gallipoli Memorial at the Firing Line Museum

On Thursday 3rd December 2015, the Firing Line Museum of the Welsh Soldier at Cardiff Castle was delighted to officially launch the Welsh at Gallipoli Exhibition. This touring exhibition was created b ...