Three libraries in Wrexham will be holding remembrance events this week to commemorate the 100 Anniversary of the end of the First World War.

On the 9th November between 2-4pm, Rhos Library will host an afternoon of poetry readings in both Welsh and English, together with display boards with information relating to the War. This will be complemented with a show of poppies knitted by the library’s Knit and Natter Group that meets every Tuesday in the library.

The Chairman of Rhos Community Council will also be handing out prizes to pupils of Ysgol Grango who have been busy painting posters of their perception of the First and Second World War and their work will also be on display.

Llay library will also be paying tribute to all of the people and animals that were swept into the First World War with an exhibition on Friday 9th November from 2pm; refreshments will be available.

Wrexham Symphony Orchestra in conjunction with Wrexham Library Service will be hosting a special commemoration evening at Wrexham Library on Thursday 15th November from 6.30pm. The evening will consist of words and music in reflection focusing in particular on Wrexham during The Great War. Tickets are free of charge and can be obtained from Wrexham Library.

Light refreshments will be served from 6.30pm.

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