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raised of £7,500 target by 86 supporters

    Weʼve raised £3,658 to Erect a memorial monument in Cwmparc to commemorate the lives lost when the village was bombed by the German Airforce in 1941.

    Cwmparc, Treorchy, UK
    Funded on Tuesday, 11th January 2022

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    No such public memorial monument, inexplicably, exists or has ever existed in the village. It is high time that such a tragic event should be commemorated for all time.



    • Robert Leighton  Davies4 years ago
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      Robert Leighton Davies

      4 years ago

      We still have a way to go. Please help us to cross the line by donating whatever you can afford. Every penny counts and for every penny donated we are more than grateful. It gives us not only financial support but moral support too by showing belief in the cause.

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    • Robert Leighton  Davies4 years ago
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      4 years ago

      As of today Just Giving is halving its commission on future donations. Any donation made from now on to our Project will therefore be worth more to us.

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    • Robert Leighton  Davies4 years ago
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      4 years ago "Blitz Street" was a Channel 4 production (2010). It contained reproductions of the immense explosive effects of the types of bombs used by the Luftwaffe in WW2. Bombs of the exact same kind rained down upon Cwmparc, resulting in the slaughter of 27 lives, injury to several more, and unspeakable terror, shock and trauma.

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    • Tina Lukey ( nee Bevan )

      Tina Lukey ( nee Bevan )

      Oct 16, 2020

      Well done, Leighton and supporters of this worthy memorial. As a child, I lived opposite 'the bombed houses' and played there almost every day.


    • Anonymous


      May 8, 2020

      In memory of my great grandmother Red Cross nurse Elizabeth Ann Jones - Wife of Stanley Jones, of 7 Rees Street, Treorchy,we shall remember them x


    • Anne Poole

      Anne Poole

      Jan 11, 2020

      In memory of Thomas Henry Jones who lived at 20 Treherne Street at the time of the Cwmparc Blitz and lost friends that night. From Anne, Graham and Lynne.


    • linda Burrows

      linda Burrows

      Aug 12, 2019

      Hope you able to continue to be able to raise the money needed. So many people are unaware that bombing happened up here during the war. A fitting memorial is needed


    • Dick & Pat Brown

      Dick & Pat Brown

      Jun 20, 2019

      In memory of all the Cwmparc residents and the evacuees who were lost or injured in this horrific bombing. I remember the huge crack in the side wall of our house, 263 Parc Rd.


    • Brian Eveleigh

      Brian Eveleigh

      Mar 28, 2019

      Hi Leighton,This donation is from my brother, Michael Eveleigh


    • Anonymous


      Mar 14, 2019

      My mothers uncle was a air raid warden,we had a ash tray made out of one of the land mines that was dropped.


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