Crowds gathered at the Events Arena this weekend to visit the “BBC World War One at Home” event http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01nhwgx
There was much to learn and understand about the First World War. Amongst the facilitators were The Imperial Museum, who had computers and staff on hand to guide people through tracing and recording their ancestors’ history https://livesofthefirstworldwar.org/ The Royal College of Pathologists whose educational and enlightening display “Blood and Bugs” proved very popular http://www.rcpath.org/patient-resources/bbc-wwI-at-home-tour, The Edith Cavell Nurses Trust with their display about Front Line Medicine https://www.cavellnursestrust.org/edith-cavell ,The Royal Signals were there, CBBC and many others.
This event was the only one in Wales and one of only eight in the U.K.
Below are are a few photographs to give a flavour of the event.