A number of sessions at the recent Connected Communities Festival in Cardiff reflected on the nature of community at this time of commemoration and during the First World War.
Three academic experts from Welsh universities were on hand in a special ‘Antiques Roadshow’-style event to look at First World War memorabilia brought in by members of the public. Some 40,000 Welshmen died during the War and its impact reached into every aspect of Welsh life. Its legacy lives on in countless ways and not least in the memories, objects and artefacts handed down through the generations and still treasured today. You can find out more about the roadshow in the video below, or read about the experiences of members of the public who attended on the BBC News website.