PICTURES of Llandudno and Penrhynside’s fallen heroes will be projected onto a wall in the town centre to commemorate Armistice Day.

The tribute is the work of the Home Front Museum, on New Street, which is run by Adrian Hughes.

Since 2000, Mr Hughes has kept the memories of Llandudno’s wartime history alive through the attraction, which is appreciated by residents and visitors alike.


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As is tradition, the projections will be shown on the wall of the old M&S building on Mostyn Street between 5pm and 7pm on Saturday, 11 November.

He was recently recognised for his work championing armed forces veterans at a special reception at 10 Downing Street.

Mr Hughes attended in recognition of his decades of voluntary work supporting veterans and keeping alive the memory of soldiers, airmen and sailors from the town who have fallen in conflict.

He has helped to highlight the heroism of the town’s fallen through his voluntary work with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and supports today’s veterans through managing Llandudno’s Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.