Lieutenant General James Everard, Commander Land Forces, to lays the wreath while on his visit to Cambrian Patrol.
The head of the British Army has taken part in a wreath-laying ceremony behind a derelict church to mark the 100th anniversary of the death of a soldier.
Private John Lewis died on October 20, 1915, while being cared for at a military wing of a hospital in mid-Wales. Talgarth. However, his grave was left untended to for years until a soldier stumbled across it while walking his dog.
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