A 'Welcome Home' banner, made for a soldier who never returned from the battlefield during World War One, is to go on public display.
Harold Jones, a coal miner from Wrexham, was just 21 years old when he died of his injuries in France on November 8, 1918 - just three days before the end of the First World War.
Sadly, his parents did not hear of his death until after they had already made him a banner to welcome him home.
Mr Jones is planning on bringing the banner to Rhos War Memorial in Wrexham today to commemorate Cpl. Jones' life.