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This new resource is the combination of data gathered by two research and community based projects:-

Mapping Welsh Memorials to the Great War
– Dr. Gethin Matthews, Swansea University and funded by Living Legacies 1914-18
Please follow this link to read more about the project

Powys War Memorials Project
– Nathan Davies, Powys and funded by Heritage Lottery Fund
Please follow this link to read more about the project

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Acknowlegments This resourse was made possible by the hard work from the Living Legacies 1914-18 team and its digital partner The Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis. Dr. Gethin Matthews, Nathan Davies, Roisin O’Neil, Dr. Heather Montgomery, Anthony Anderson and Meg Ryder.
ArcGIS Online Services Managed and Overseen by the Centre for GIS and Geomatics, School of Natural and Built Environment, Queen’s University Belfast.

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Bogside/Brandywell Men’s Shed community outreach session and museum visit

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On Wednesday 1st November we had a visit from the Bogside/ Brandywell Men’s Shed. The group had enjoyed a handling box session from the team at their community centre last month looking at WWI objects and discussing the symbols that emerged from that period such as the poppy.

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First stop on their visit was to see the Poppies: Weeping Window sculpture which is on display at the Ulster Museum until December 3rd. A quick bite to eat before the group enjoyed a guided tour of some of the other displays in the museum including the Decade of Centenaries exhibit in the Modern History gallery. The group had a great time and were very impressed with the museum and are looking forward to working with the Living Legacies team again.


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