Wales' World War One fallen remembered in Belgium
Men from Wales who lost their lives in Flanders during World War One have been remembered in a weekend of events in Belgium.
They began on Saturday with the unveiling of a memorial to all Welsh servicemen killed in the Great War.
On Sunday about 500 people attended the service at Artillery Wood Cemetery where poet Hedd Wyn is buried.
It was followed on the evening by the sounding of the Last Post dedicated to the Welsh fallen at Menin Gate, in Ypres.
Roger Pinney reports from Flanders.
18 Aug 2014
- From the section Wales