The Town came together on Remembrance Sunday to commemorate and acknowledge the sacrifice and deaths of those in the two Great Wars and conflicts since.
With a service in St Gwendoline's Church led by Cannon Rowland Edwards, Rev Richard Walker and Rev Alan Charters the congregation watched as two children from Ysgol Y Mynydd Du laid wreaths in the church on behalf of the school. Members of the Town Council were present at the church and after the service, the congregation was led by members of the Hay Army Cadet Force through the town to the cenotaph. Whilst traffic was controlled by PCSO Helen Scott, the road was closed for a further ceremony and wreath laying led by Mayor Jacquie Wilding on behalf of Talgarth Town Council.
Wreaths were also laid by Mrs Jean Johnson on behalf of Talgarth Women's Institute, Mr Bryan Davies Watch Manager of Talgarth Fire Station, Hay on Wye Army Cadet Force and a wreath from QUARANC laid by Maj Chrissie Owens.
A 2-minute silence was held and with a large number of the towns' residents attending.
Students from Ysgol Y Mynydd Du lay a wreath at St Gwendoline's
Hay Army Cadet Force lead the parade to the War Memorial
Talgarth Mayor Jacqui Wilding lead the service by the memorial
Maj Chrissie Owens lays a wreath on behalf of QUARANC
Mrs Jean Johnson lays a wreath on behalf of Talgarth Women's Institute
A contingent from QARANC 'Queen Alexander Royal Army Nursing Corp'. Maj Jacquie Wilding (also Cllr), Maj Valmai Davies, Maj Chrissie Owens were joined by Brian Galbraith RAMC. Between them they have served in Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan as part of 203 Welsh Field Hospital.
Mr Bryan Davies Watch Manager of Talgarth Fire Station