Many people embarked on the historic Cardiff Castle today to witness the opening of the Field of Remembrance.
The garden was opened in a ceremony that took place within the Castle walls on the morning of November 2nd. The service was led by Thee Rev Canon Stewart Lisk Honary Chaplin of Cardiff as the city came together to remember those who valiantly put their lives on the line for the country during World War One, World War Two and other conflicts. First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford was also in attendance as he said a few words during the service. The Brigadier Band played during the ceremony.
The field was organised by the Royal British Legion and will be open in the Castle up until November 17th for anyone wanting to visit and pay their respects.