The Wanderers remember

In 1951 Glamorgan Wanderers purchased land in St Fagans and after the nomadic existence as Old Monktonians and then Glamorgan Wanderers they finally settled on the ground that we call home today. The ground was renamed the Memorial Ground in recognition of those who had given the ultimate sacrifice for their country and it has become a tradition every year around the time of remembrance day to lay a wreath to remember those whose lives have been lost in service of their country.

This year as the Pandemic has restricted the gathering of members at the club Chairman Gerry Blake laid wreaths  with Vice Chairman John Lyons  and Alyn Humphreys Chair of the rugby committee as we all remember loved ones and colleagues who have been lost in the service of their country.

We urge all Members to support the Poppy Appeal (link below) as we reflect on the memories of those who have been lost.





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