Powys War Memorials Project Timeline
Remembering the 115 in Llanidloes
October 11, 2019
Llanidloes remembered the 115 names on their War Memorial with a 24 hour walk, over 48 miles, with places linked to the history of the men. Wendy Abel, Paul Jones, Stephen Mills, Paul Avery and John Dunkley returned to a warm welcome at 11am to launch the Llanidloes book, town walk film and the poppy appeal.
Ystradgynlais Youth Group
November 06, 2019
The Youth Service held a project funded by the Powys War Memorials Project for young people during the Summer exploring their local history around World War 1. In Welshpool and Ystradgynlais. The young people used different creative mediums to do this and worked really hard to produce some really good pieces of work, a short film and two memorial plaques.
To celebrate the hard work of the young people in Ystradgynlais, the Youth Service there is an evening to showcase the work of the young people which includes a showing of the film and a presentation of the plaques to the community.
Llanidloes Book Launch
October 11, 2019
Merchant Navy Day - Raise the Red Ensign Ceremony
September 02, 2019
A Raise the Red Ensign Ceremony was held at Powys County Hall to mark Merchant Navy Day.
Armed Forces Champion, Cllr Rosemarie Harris, Leader welcomed representatives of the Merchant Navy Association, the Royal Navy Association and the High Sheriff of Powys, David Peate. In her welcoming speech, she paid tribute to the brave men and women who in both World Wars brought vital supplies to the UK and transported critical military supplies to far flung battlefields, whilst enduring austere living conditions and long absences from home. Some were sunk, rescued and transferred to work on new ships. WWI loses totalled 2,479 ships and 14,287 men.
Cllr Harris said: “Merchant Navy Day highlights the important work today of many thousands of British Seafarers on the oceans of the world and who routinely face violent storms and mountainous seas. By volume 95% of the UK trade is transported by sea. Today gives the people of Powys the opportunity to show their appreciation to the merchant seafarers past and present that play a vital part in the economy of this county.
A Message from HRH The Earl of Wessex was read by Rear Admiral Mark Kerr, former Chief Executive of Powys County Council, who later Saluted the Ensign.
“Take a little care this day…” by Captain Joe Earl was read by the Ysgol Calon Cymru Head Boy, Liam Spence and Head Girl, Felicity Bulbia.
The Prayers and Blessing of the Red Ensign Flag was led by Rev Andrew Perrin. The Vote of Thanks was provided by Cllr Beverley Baynham, Chairman of the Council. Rhayader Male Voice Choir sang ‘Shenandoah’ and lead everyone present in the National Anthems to close the ceremony.
Traditional Skills Training at Ty Mawr Lime Ltd
September 22, 2019
The Project ran a Traditional Building Skills Training Course at at Ty Mawr Lime Ltd.
Llangammarch Memorial Window and Memorial Organ
July 31, 2019
The Powys War Memorials Project funded the restoration of the Llangammarch Church memorial window and the refurbishment of the memorial organ. Volunteers from the community were involved in both projects. The community filled the church in September for a Memorial Concert with performances by local school children and local artists.
Llanmerewig WWI Memorial Event
September 13, 2019
The Community of Llanmerewig held a successful WWI event, with interpretation displays and a rededication ceremony for the WWI additional plaque commemorating names not included on their original memorial.
Poetry Competition, Presentation of Awards
July 16, 2019
Powys War Memorials Board members took part in the Poetry Competition, Presentation of Awards to Pupils of Ysgol Calon Cymru and Brecon High School.
Volunteers Reception at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show 2019
July 22, 2019
Volunteers that had given their time to work on Powys War Memorials Projects were invited to join with other volunteer groups at a Volunteers Reception in the Twr Brycheiniog at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show.
Powys War Memorials Project Films
June 15, 2019
The Powys War Memorials Project filmed a Best Practice Film, a Town Walks Film and WWI stories film at locations throughout Powys to celebrate the work of the project and to capture some of the stories behind the names on the memorials.
Caersws War Memorial and Surrounds restored
June 09, 2019
The Powys War Memorials Project is delighted to have funded the restoration of the Caersws War Memorial which is a prominent feature of the village.
Cwmbach Church Songs of Praise
June 08, 2019
The Cwmbach Church Songs of Praise Service to rededicate the restored war memorial funded by the Powys War Memorials Project.
Brecon Military Show
June 07, 2019
A great day out for Powys families. The Powys War Memorials Project was proud to support the armed forces at Dering Lines at the Brecon Military Show.
Christmas Tree Festival in Holy Tinity, Llandrindod Wells
December 17, 2018
The PWMP has leaflets alongside the Radnor Museum information about its Radnor Remembers Exhibition which is full of detailed research and artifacts and will be on display until the end of the year. Many of the other Libraries and Museums in Powys have put a great deal of time into their excellent WWI displays and exhibitions and are well worth a visit.
Christmas Tree Festival in St Mary's Builth
December 13, 2018
The PWMP recently supported the renovation of the Triptych Memorial to the Fallen of WWI in the porch of St Mary's Builth. It has its own miniature Christmas Tree as part of the beautiful Christmas Tree Festival.
Talk to Penybont and District History Society
November 05, 2018
The Penybont and District History Society invited the PWMP Officer to talk about the Project. Local member Rev Geraint Hughes also gave a presentation about the fallen from the area and also put WWI and its effects into context for Penybont and District.
Poppy Making Workshops in Powys
October 29, 2018
Poppy Making Workshops using paper and wool delivered by the PWMP Officer in Powysland Museum, Ystradgynlais Library, Coed Isaf School and Presteigne Day Centre to engage the public with the project and as a link to the local interpretation displays of a great deal of research into the fallen from those communities. The activities engaged and stimulated all ages and abilities and linked all generations.
Dedication of Machynlleth Memorial Garden in memory of the 52 members of the 1st Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers who fell in WWI
November 10, 2018
A moving ceremony and event (supported by PWMP) with Powys County Representatives and many local groups who had been involved in planting the garden and researching the 52 men of Machynlleth who fell in WWI. This will be a tranquil and beautiful place to remember them.
Brecon WWI Walk - featured on BBC Wales News
November 06, 2018
Brecon has a number of memorials that have been restored thanks to a grant of up to £5000 from the #Powys War Memorials Project. Please email enquiries for your War Memorial to or visit https://www.powyswarmemorials.co.uk/ for more information.
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Ymddangosodd Prosiect Cofebion Rhyfel Powys ar Newyddion BBC Wales. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-46057576
Mae nifer o gofebion Aberhonddu wedi cael eu hadfer diolch i grant o hyd at £5000 o Brosiect Cofebion Rhyfel Powys #Powys. Anfonwch e-bost os oes gennych unrhyw ymholiadau am eich Cofeb Rhyfel i neu ewch i https://www.powyswarmemorials.co.uk/ am ragor o wybodaeth.
The Project has only 1 year left
November 02, 2018
Ystradgynlais War Memorial is a credit to the town and its community. If you would like funding to renovate the war memorial in your area please email email@example.com.
Battle of the Ancre Film Showing at Theatre Hafren Newtown
November 03, 2018
The Battle of the Ancre Film from The Imperial War Museum was shown at Theatre Hafren, 88 people attended and were able to see an exhibition about the Powys War Memorial Project.
'How powerful the human spirit is'
'The extensive organisation needed to take an army of humans and horses to war.'
Project Officer Catherine Pugh briefly spoke about the project before the film. She said: 'There only 1 year to go before the project ends, I appeal to you all to look at your own community's War Memorial as see if it needs renovation or names to be added. Does the setting around the memorial need to be enhanced? Please contact to apply for funding.'
New Project Officer
October 18, 2018
The New Powys War Memorial Officer is Catherine Pugh. Please email her about any established Memorials and their settings that need restoration or enhancement. Also about any WWI projects that you may be developing. email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01597 827657.
Powys War Memorials Project Officer- change of contact details
September 02, 2018
Nathan Davies has been the Powys War Memorials Project Officer since October 2015.
However, Nathan is leaving Powys County Council on Friday 21st September 2018.
Before the new Project Officer is appointed and starts, please contact Kay Francis at Powys County Council for any urgent queries about the project. You can email Kay at Kay.email@example.com.
We would advise you to copy in the project email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) so the new Project Officer can get up to speed with everything when they start.
Many thanks to everyone for your ongoing support with the project.
July 31, 2018
This short video clip of the war memorial in Crickhowell (Powys, Wales) was recorded by the Crickhowell and District Civic Society in July 2018. The Civic Society kindly shared the video with the Powys War Memorials Project.
The war memorial in Crickhowell is about to be restored with a £4,000 grant from the Powys War Memorials Project. The grant is also going to enable the war memorial setting and surrounding to be improved.
Here is some more information about the war memorial in Crickhowell:
War memorials online:
The Powys War Memorials Project can provide grants of up to £5,000 for World War 1 memorials in Powys to be restored or repaired. Any type of World War 1 memorial in Powys is eligible. The application process is quick and easy. The grants are being allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information, please contact the Powys War Memorials Project Officer at email@example.com.
July 29, 2018
The Powys War Memorials Project worked in collaboration with History Points to create a World War trail around Brecon in Powys.
The complete trail, which is just over 1.5 miles long, enables you to find out about 14 places of interest associated with World War 1. For example,
In 1916, Nonconformists of all denominations gathered here for a lecture by the Rev Elvet Lewis of London. He said men serving in the army had found Christ, and there was more Christianity in the trenches than in the churches at home. He predicted a religious revival when the men returned after the war.
Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant war memorial restored with £4,000 grant from Powys War Memorials Project
July 29, 2018
The war memorial in Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant (north Powys) is currently being restored thanks to a £4,000 grant from the Powys War Memorials Project.
Here is a short video clip about the war memorial:
The Powys War Memorials Project can provide grants of up to £5,000 for World War 1 memorials in Powys to be restored or repaired. Any type of war memorial is eligible. The application process is quick and easy. The grants are being allocated on a first-come, first-served basis so it best to apply sooner rather than later.
Please contact Nathan Davies, Powys War Memorials Project Officer, for information:
07973 973 687
The Powys War Memorials Project supported a free bell ringing event at St Mary's church in Brecon on Saturday 21st July 2018.
Many thanks to the Swansea and Brecon Diocesan Guild of Bellringers for leading the bell ringing event.
Thanks as well to everyone who came along to the event to have a go at bell ringing.
The event took place as part of "Ringing Remembers". This is a national project to remember, commemorate and honour the 1400 bell ringers from across the UK, who died during World War 1.
July 12, 2018
Shrouds of the Somme
Remembering those who gave their all
To mark 100 years since the end of the First World War 72,396 shrouded figures, all made by one man will be laid out in rows, shoulder to shoulder. Each represents a British serviceman killed at the Somme who has no known grave, many of whose bodies were never recovered from the battlefields. The display at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in November 2018 will be extraordinary in its impact and recognition of those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
July 12, 2018
The restoration work to a war memorial in Llandrindod Wells (Powys), funded by the Powys War Memorials Project and Llandrindod Wells Town Council, is now complete.
The restoration work was carried out by local stonemason, Jonathan Protheroe.
The Clerk to Llandrindod Wells Town Council said, "The memorial looks fantastic."
Please contact the Powys War Memorials Project Officer for more information about the grants (up to £5,000) still available to restore World War 1 memorials in Powys.
Grants of up to £5000 still available to restore World War 1 memorials in Powys
July 04, 2018
The Powys War Memorials Project can still provide grants of up to £5000 for World War 1 memorials in Powys to be restored.
- Any type of World War 1 memorial eligible.
- Application process quick and easy.
- Grants also available to improve war memorial settings and surroundings, e.g. fences, railings or lighting.
Please contact the Powys War Memorials Project Officer for more information.
June 26, 2018
Among the many who died in WW1 there were 1400 who were bell ringers. A hundred years later the worldwide community of bell ringers has decided to honour their memory by recruiting and training 1400 new bell ringers in a special project called Ringing Remembers.
Some of those who died came from the area that is now Powys and the bell ringers of the county are already recruiting new ringers ready to ring on 11th November 2018 in commemoration of the end of the war. But we need more and you could be one of them.
The British Isles are home to a particular style of bell ringing called 'change ringing' which is used to mark personal rites of passage like christenings, weddings and funerals and to celebrate civic and national events. Although bells are mainly in church towers you don't have to go to church to be a bell ringer. Ringers are a friendly and welcoming community of all ages and backgrounds and of all faiths and none.
If you would like to know more about this satisfying activity and about Ringing Remembers in particular you can meet local ringers at forthcoming events in Brecon this July. Brecon ringers will be taking part in the Community Day at Dering Lines on Sunday 8th July from 12.00 to 5.00 pm and would love to meet you there.
Later, on Saturday 21st July, the tower of St Mary's, Brecon, will be open for a 'ringing experience' day with an information point in church and the opportunity to see the bells and try your hand at learning to ring. There will be four sessions starting at 10.15 am, 11.30 am, 2.00 pm and 3.15 pm. It is best to book to be sure of a place. For those who feel after this introduction that they would like to learn to ring there will be a fast track training course at St Mary's from August to November.
To find out more and to book a place on 21st July please contact Kath Johnson by email at or by phone on 01874 658670. For more information on Ringing Remembers email firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 17, 2018
The Powys War Memorials Project supported History Points to create a QR code-based trail for World War 1 points of interest around Brecon in Powys.
Here is a link to one of the QR code associated website pages:
Curtain of Poppies competition winners !
June 13, 2018
The Powys War Memorials Project Officer organised a competition: Guess the number of poppies in the Curtain of Poppies display in County Hall, Llandrindod Wells.
Many thanks to the 111 people who entered the competition !
Congratulations to Shaun, the winner, who guessed within 3000 of the correct number. Well done Shaun ! Shaun won first prize of £100 Love to Shop vouchers.
Well done to the other winners as well, who won £150 in Love to Shop vouchers between them.
Here's a photo of the Powys War Memorials Project Officer (on left) with competition winner, Shaun (on right).
What people thought of the Curtain of Poppies display at County Hall (Llandrindod Wells)
May 29, 2018
We asked people to leave comments and give feedback about the Curtain of Poppies display at County Hall (Llandrindod Wells).
Here are a few of the comments that people kindly made:
-I think the curtain is very impressive and I’m glad I made a lot of poppies to contribute to it. I’m nearly 89 and it kept me busy for weeks.
-Wonderful display and a good way of commemorating the centenary.
-Just shows the waste of life in a fantastic display.
-Wonderful sight. I did knit 100 poppies so pleased I did make a small contribution.
-Looks amazing. Well done !
-Beautiful ! Lovely to be able to come and see them.
-It’s a wonderful achievement.
-Amazing display ! Looked brilliant at Wonderwool Wales and looks great at County Hall. Was glad to have made a poppy to contribute.
-A truly beautiful memorial. Thank you. Well done all the poppy-makers from a long-time poppy-seller.
Thanks to everyone who visited the Curtain of Poppies display and left feedback about it. We really appreciate your support.
Curtain of Poppies display has now left County Hall (Llandrindod Wells, Powys)
May 28, 2018
The Powys War Memorials Project would like to thank Wonderwool Wales for the opportunity to display the stunning Curtain of Poppies in County Hall (Llandrindod Wells) during May 2018.
If you saw the Curtain of Poppies in County Hall and would like to give some feedback or make any comments, please email Nathan Davies at:
The Curtain of Poppies has now left County Hall. However, if you would like to see the Curtain of Poppies, it is going to be on display at the National Wool Museum. Please contact the museum directly for details.
Thank you once again to Wonderwool Wales.
May 16, 2018
May 09, 2018
Do you know anyone who could be nominated as a ‘Heritage Angel’?
A new Welsh awards scheme, sponsored by the Andrew Lloyd-Webber Foundation, has been launched in Wales to recognise people who have made a significant contribution to rescue our heritage.
Anyone can nominate a person or project for the awards and the winners
will be announced at a glittering awards ceremony in November 2018.
The Awards have five categories:
• Best Rescue of an Historic Building or Place for projects under £5m
• Best Major Regeneration of an Historic Building or Place for projects in excess of £5m
• Best Contribution to a Heritage Project by Young People
• Best Craftsperson or Apprentice on a Heritage Rescue or Repair Project
• Best Heritage Research, Interpretation or Recording
Nominating people and projects for the awards is simple: you can find full
details at www.rcahmw.gov.uk/about-us/heritageangelawardswales/
The closing date for nominations is 21 June 2018.
Curtain of Poppies display in County Hall Llandrindod Wells
May 07, 2018
The Powys War Memorials Project is delighted to have worked in collaboration with Wonderwool Wales to display the stunning Curtain of Poppies in the foyer of County Hall, Llandrindod Wells (Powys).
Everyone is welcome to come and see the free display.
You can also enter the free 'Guess the number of poppies' competition with a total prize fund of £250.
Llanllugan war memorial restored with £500 grant from Powys War Memorials Project
May 03, 2018
The war memorial in Llanllugan (Powys) has been restored thanks to a grant of almost £500 from the Powys War Memorials Project.
The Powys War Memorials Project can provide grants of up to £5000 for any type of World War 1 memorial in Powys to be restored or repaired. The grant can cover up to 90% of the total cost of the work. The application process is quick and easy.
Please contact Nathan Davies for more information:
Powys War Memorials Project Officer
07973 973 687
Curtain of Poppies *free* display at County Hall (Llandrindod Wells, Powys) during May 2018
April 24, 2018
Everyone is welcome to visit the *free* Curtain of Poppies display in the foyer of County Hall in Llandrindod Wells during May 2018.
The Curtain of Poppies, which consists of more than 65,000 textile poppies, commemorates those who served and died during World War 1.
The Curtain of Poppies project has been managed by Wonderwool Wales.
The Powys War Memorials Project is delighted to have worked in collaboration with Wonderwool Wales to organise the Curtain of Poppies display in County Hall.
Forces War Records
April 09, 2018
If you are interested in military genealogy, you may like to have a look on the Forces War Records website.
Forces War Records currently has over 10 million military records, with over 6 million being from World War 1.
"The site was created in 2008 upon the request of some Forces Reunited members who were looking for information on their ancestors but had come up against dead ends with the usual genealogy sites. Since inception we have gone on to add over seven million individuals records and a ton of supplementary military data not found on any other sites and are currently adding over 200,000 records a month."
Thanks to everyone who came to the free poppy-making workshop in County Hall (Llandrindod Wells, Powys)
April 04, 2018
The Powys War Memorials Project Officer would like to thank everyone who came to the free poppy-making workshop for the Curtain of Poppies yesterday in County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys.
Members of the public, Powys County Council staff and Councillors all took part in the free workshop to make a textile poppy for the Curtain of Poppies. Some people chose to make felt poppies, others made woven poppies or knitted poppies.
In total, 101 poppies were made throughout the day. These 101 poppies will be added to the Curtain of Poppies.
The Curtain of Poppies is going to be displayed at the Wonderwool Wales festival at the end of April 2018. The Curtain is then going to be on display in the foyer of County Hall in Llandrindod Wells during May 2018.
Thanks once again to everyone who made the day such a success.
March 23, 2018
The Powys War Memorials Project is pleased to be working with “Ringing Remembers”.
About 1,400 bell ringers, including about 40 from Wales, died during World War 1.
You can honour their memory 100 years after the end of the war by becoming one of 1,400 new bell ringers and joining others across the nation in ringing on the centenary of the Armistice in November 2018.
There are 227 bell ringing towers across Wales so most people will be near one.
To find out more and register your interest, please email:
March 20, 2018
Council for British Archaeology and Living Legacies
Sat 14 April 2018
10:00 – 16:15
National Waterfront Museum
Join the Council for British Archaeology’s Home Front Legacy team working with Living Legacies for a community workshop and learn how to research, record and get funding for your own First World War project.
Powys before, during and after World War 1 on People's Collection Wales
March 09, 2018
Images and newspaper articles from Powys before, during and after World War 1 on People's Collection Wales:
March 09, 2018
The Powys War Memorials Project is delighted to be affiliated with the Cymru’n Cofio Wales Remembers 1914 – 1918 programme.
This Wales Remembers programme reflects the impact that the First World War had on Wales – and the impact Wales had on the First World War. Over the coming months and years, it will reflect how the people of Wales will be commemorating this important centenary through information provided by individuals, communities and organisations in Wales.
March 08, 2018
World War One's Army of Workers
Big Ideas Community Interest Company is working with the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) on a new community engagement programme The Unremembered, commemorating the bravery and sacrifice of the Labour Corps throughout World War One. We invite community groups to get involved by holding their own Unremembered event or join the conversation online.
March 05, 2018
Powys Archives is located in Llandrindod Wells (Powys) and serves as the official repository for the records of the county of Powys.
Our collections date from the fourteenth century and can be used for all types of research.
Trace your family history, discover the history of your house and find out more about the history of your village or community. Find information for school or college projects and investigate legal issues such as rights of way.
Powys Archives is now based in its new home at Unit 29, Ddole Road Enterprise Park, Llandrindod Wells. Booking is still essential and appointments can be made by email (email@example.com) or by phone (01597 826088).
March 02, 2018
The Powys War Memorials Project Officer would like to thank Barbara Lloyd from Glasbury Historical Society (Powys, Wales) for providing so much information about the men on the war memorials in Glasbury-on-Wye, Boughrood and Llowes (Powys).
Here is a link to the information online:
If you have any information about the men or women on World War 1 memorials in Powys, please contact Nathan Davies, Powys War Memorials Project Officer.
Thanks once again to Barbara Lloyd.
March 01, 2018
Are you interested in family and local history in Powys, Wales?
If so, the Powys Family History Society may be able to help.
The mission of the Powys Family History Society is to enable to all those interested in family and local history of Powys, the ability to research, publicise and publish information relating to the families and communities in the geographical areas of Breconshire, Montgomeryshire and Radnorshire.
You may also like to join them on Facebook.
February 23, 2018
The Powys War Memorials Project is proud to be affiliated with the First World War Centenary Partnership Programme.
The First World War Centenary Partnership led by the Imperial War Museums is a growing network of over 3,000 not-for-profit organisations from 50 countries planning to mark the First World War Centenary.
Together we are presenting the Centenary Partnership Programme, a vibrant programme of events, activities and resources which will enable millions of people to engage with the centenary.
Grants of up to £5,000 for World War 1 memorials in Powys to be restored
February 14, 2018
The Powys War Memorials Project can provide grants of up to £5,000 for World War 1 memorials in Powys to be restored, repaired or maintained.
Any type of World War 1 memorial in Powys is eligible, including, for example, stone crosses or obelisks, statues, stained glass windows, wooden boards or brass plaques.
The application process is quick and easy.
The grants are being allocated on a first-come, first-served basis so it is advisable to apply sooner rather than later.
The first thing you need to do is contact Nathan Davies, the Powys War Memorials Project Officer. You can either email or phone 07973 973 687.
February 06, 2018
Wednesday 7th March 2018
The Welfare Ystradgynlais (Powys)
A TORCH THEATRE COMPANY PRODUCTION
WRITTEN BY OWEN THOMAS • DIRECTED BY PETER DORAN • BASED ON AN IDEA BY IFAN HUW DAFYDD •
“A tale of friendship, love and sacrifice set against the backdrop of a world in flames…”
It is July 1916, and as the Battle of the Somme rages, Mametz Wood echoes to the sounds of war as the 38th Welsh Regiment face the ferocity of the German army…
From Owen Thomas, writer of the award winning ‘Grav’, comes a brand-new play written to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War I. Inspired by a true story.
Dan and Billy, two young soldiers, forge a friendship in the heat of the build-up to the infamous battle. When Billy is killed in Mametz Wood, he leaves behind a devastated friend and, back home, a heart-broken and pregnant wife.
Altered by his experiences on the Western Front, Dan returns home to step into his friend’s shoes, ultimately marrying Billy’s widow and raising their baby son as his own.
Fifty years later, in a clearing in the wood, Dan has returned to lay a ghost to rest.
The Torch Theatre is very pleased to be working once again with Owen Thomas – one of the most exciting writers in Wales, following the success of ‘Grav’. Owen is also delighted to be working again with the creative team at the Torch Theatre.
The production will be directed by our Award Winning Artistic Director, Peter Doran (Best Director, Wales Theatre Awards 2017).
Tickets: £10 / Concessions £8
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