This site has been developed designed and maintained by me Adam Cusack - G17, a local computer and photography business located here in Montgomery, Mid Wales.
Paul approached me at the start of this project and asked if I could record photographically the re-birth of the memorial and make accessible to the local community and public at large a story board of events as they happened via the towns website www.montgomery-wales.co.uk. I was, of course, delighted to offer my services and be involved in any way for such an ambitious and worthy project.

Soon after completion it became apparent that due to the amount of content and information available from the completion of the Montgomery Remembers Project, a dedicated site was needed and I was only too happy to offer my services to help make that happen.

Having witnessed first-hand the dedication and commitment not only from the 4 main team members but from the community of Montgomery who have come together to support such an ambitious project, has been truly inspiring.

This site is dedicated to all those that volunteered and made the memorial what it is today, a centre piece and natural part of Montgomery. Not only has the project team and volunteers created a place to remember those fallen and to such a high standard, they have also ensured that generation after generation will remember as a result of having taken part in its creation.

This site also serves as a site of information where details, links and historical information are available or can be found on enquiry. If you run a topically related site and would like to link and have a link back, then please get in touch

All images are copyright - please contact me if you require any images from this site. Please do not screen scrape - each image is digitally tagged regardless of watermarks or how obtained.

Information on this site has been duplicated with kind permission from the book "Montgomery Remembers" which is available from most shops in and around Montgomery and of course from the project team.