Officers and staff across Dyfed-Powys Police, as well as the communities they serve, are encouraged to take part in fundraising activities to support the campaign or donate online.Deputy Chief Constable Darren Davies said: “We are proud to support the fundraising campaign for a police memorial, which will honour the lives of fallen colleagues in Wales and across the UK.Carbon dating has revealed that the yew is about 2000 years old.Landre, Dyfed, Wales Heritage Rating: The pariish church of Laugharne is a large cruciform building with a huge square tower supported by pointed arches.She has covered a wide range of the community, from the town centre to the mountains of Upper Brynamman, and jumped at the opportunity to get involved with the Police Cadets last year.She gives her time to supporting youngsters in their training and her nominees said she always puts 100 per cent effort into her lessons each week and helps people both in and out of the cadets.“She always goes out of her way to make everyone feel special and safe.
Jayde joined Dyfed Powys Police as a PCSO in Carmarthen in 2014, before moving to Ammanford in 2016.
He lived in the south and south west of the country, and is best known for founding a monastery here at Llanbadarn Fawr, just outside the sprawl of modern Aberyswyth.
Heol y Llan, Llanbadarn Fawr, Dyfed, Wales Heritage Rating: St David's is a large medieval church, founded in 1187 by the Bishop of St David's, on the site of the Synod of Brefi in 550 AD.
“The tragic events in London in March and the death of PC Keith Palmer have put greater emphasis on the need to create a space where families struck by the loss of a loved one on duty can reflect, but a space that also inspires a deep understanding and appreciation of police officers and staff.
“Every day our officers are on the frontline of policing, often risking their own safety to ensure that of the public, and it is only right that we have a lasting legacy to honour those brave men and women who have given so much to protect us from harm.