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The following 2 pictures are a graphical representation of the roman remains discovered so far and a current artist impression of Caerwent.by kind permission of Cadw, Welsh Assembly Government (Crown Copyright) and the artist, Peter Visscher.

 

For a larger versions please click on the pictures

We are currently developing the site content so not all the information is currently avaiable. We will endeavour to complete this as soon as possible. Any old or new photos of Caerwent or surrounding areas would be gratefully displayed on the site.

 

Caerwent Historic Trust

World War 1 Commemoration Page

As part of the World War 1 Rememberance process the Historic Trust have decided to set up a timeline of the fallen for the period 1914-1918.

The timeline will post on or near to the date of a particular loss with brief details of the fallen.

The information will build up over the next 3 years to show all those from the Caerwent area who gallantly gave the ultimate sacrifice.

Please vist our Commemoration page

This information was originally colated by the late John Nettleship and Gareth Jones.

More recently it was used in the Commemoration Service at Caerwent Church on 9th November 2014.

 

To keep members and residents up to date with projects and activies run by the Trust we are going to introduce a Trust e-letter which is a regular newsletter in the form of an email.

Those interested in receiving this regular newsletter should send their name, address and email details to [email protected] to sign up for this newsletter.

You can unsubscribe at anytime by emailing your request to [email protected]

Membership of the Trust cost only £5 per person per year with a wealth of archive material to veiw as well as access to some very knowledgable members who have years of research and involvement with Caerwents local history.

Caerwent Historic Trust ©2000-2020. All rights reserved

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