Media coverage

The climax to our World War One project

There was tremendous coverage of the latter stage of our World War One commemoration - especially the postcard project.

ITV Wales ran a lovely report, talking to residents, pupils at Ninian Park Primary School - during a visit by Grangetown Local History Society, as well as society member Michelle Darby Charles. Watch the video above and read more here

The BBC Wales news website has also featured the project, talking to residents and the history society.

The Western Mail and South Wales Echo both ran double page features on the It Touched Every Street book and our poppy map on Saturday. The story was also reproduced on Wales Online on Remembrance Sunday and on Monday in the Daily Mirror online.

There was also another terrific video item with residents and businesses talking about their postcards, produced by the Wales Online team.

A feature on the Grangetown war memorial project appeared in the South Wales Echo on March 19th 2014. Click on the image above or on the link here to read it (PDF reader required).

A follow-up feature was in the Echo on April 12th. Click on the image above or on the link here to read it (PDF reader required) or read the version on Wales Online The story was also featured in the Daily Mail.

ITV Wales featured the story of Alf Norman and the Grangetown memorial in July, interviewing Zena Mabbs and Rita Spinola from the history society.

A BBC Wales News feature on the names behind the memorial, ahead of the commemoration in August.

A report of the commemoration event

A Wales Online report of the service and families gathering in Grange Gardens, while the article appeared in both Wales On Sunday (see above) and South Wales Echo.

There was a double-page spread on our World War One memorial walk phone app in the South Wales Echo on February 11th 2015 and also in Wales Online

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