As you’ll know, 2018 is an especially important year in the commemoration of the First World War, marking 100 years since the end of the war.
Commemoration events, providing an insight into the history of the war and remembering all those who served, will be taking place nationwide and Wrexham is no exception.
A series of events will be held throughout Wrexham to mark the end of the First World War, in the days leading up to and after Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday.
Events will include theatre performances, film screenings, concerts, dances, exhibitions and much more.
For more information, take a look at the booklet we’ve put together featuring the date and time of all events by clicking this link, or the image below.
Cllr David Griffiths, Armed Forces Champion for Wrexham Council, said: “I know that as a town, Wrexham has an incredible respect for the armed forces, and we have a very strong sense of our civic history and the important role people from the area played during the First World War.
“I’m sure there will be many people out there who are not only eager to commemorate all those who served during the First World War, but also learn more about the war and what life was like in Wrexham during that time.
“I would encourage anyone keen to pay their respect and learn more about that past to attend some of the events organised, and would also like to thank all of those organisations who have worked incredibly hard in ensuring these events were arranged.”
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