On the night of Saturday, 10th November Caerleon commemorated the centenary of the Armistice that ended the First World War and paid tribute to the local men and women who served, especially those who lost their lives.
An evening of words and music, including an act of remembrance with the laying of poppies for the fallen, proved a moving and unforgettable occasion for all privileged to be present.
The “Caerleon Remembers” Committee led by Dame Rosemary Butler thanks the many who made this once in a lifetime event possible.
There will be an exhibition in St. Cadoc’s Church tracing the lives of the men whose names appear on the Memorial Plaque there from the 14th to 24th November from 10am to 4pm daily, entry free.
Photos: C. Sheehy