Tina Donnelly, a retired colonel with the 203 Welsh Field Hospital and now director of the Royal College of Nursing Wales
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Remembrance 'the least we can do', says former colonel

Services have been held across Wales to honour those killed in war as part of Remembrance Sunday.

The national service was held in Cardiff, with a march from King Edward VII Avenue to the Welsh National War Memorial in Alexandra Gardens.

Among the other towns and cities holding services were Aberystwyth, Bangor, Swansea, Wrexham and Newport.

Tina Donnelly, a retired colonel with the 203 Welsh Field Hospital and now director of the Royal College of Nursing Wales, said the services are vital to honour those injured or killed.

  • 13 Nov 2016
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