Thursday marked the opening of the 2022 Cardiff Field of Remembrance, paying tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice during World War One and Two.
The yearly event is back at Cardiff Castle until November 17, allowing members of the public to pay their respects. The service, conducted by Reverend Canon Stewart Lisk, included performances from the brigadier band and poems read by First Minister Mark Drakeford.
Attendees then observed a two minute silence at 11am, along with the Last Post being played and the planting and blessing of the remembrance tributes from members of Cardiff City Council and the armed forces.
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