University pays tribute to all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice


The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) has created Remembrance Gardens across its campuses in Lampeter, Carmarthen and Swansea ahead of Armistice day, marking the end of the First World War on 11 November 1918.

Picture of Remembrance Garden in Lampeter

Remembrance Garden in Lampeter

The Gardens include the installation of figures of Tommy, crosses with wreaths and steel poppies and can be seen around the St David’s Building in Lampeter, Yr Egin and Halliwell buildings in Carmarthen and around Y Fforwm and IQ buiildings in Swansea.  The University’s buildings will also be illuminated in red.

The art installations have been created by the University’s Operations Team including Stuart Tawse who served in the 5th Battalion the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, Gareth Williams, Rhodri Davies, Bleddyn Edwards as well as Neal Summerfield and the grounds team.


Picture of Remembrance Garden in Carmarthen

Remembrance Garden in Carmarthen

Picture of Remembrance Garden in Swansea

Remembrance Garden in Swansea

Donations to the British Legion Poppy Appeal via the British Legion’s website.