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Blue plaque on the former home of International Brigader and ex coal miner Edwin Greening at 20 Cardiff Road, Aberaman. Unveiled on 26 June 2014 by the mayor of Rhondda Cynon Taff Council.

Relief carvings in wood to local volunteers, including two killed on 25 August 1938 in the Battle of the Ebro. Installed by Aberdare Labour Party and local trades council in the party’s premises in December 1967. Relocated to Aberdare Central Library and unveiled by Michael Foot MP June 1986.

Plaque in Old Town Hall to Sammy Morris and Jack Williams. Erected 1998.

Plaque in memory of Jim Stranney, killed in the Battle of the Ebro, July 1938, at 7 John Street, BT12 4AG. Unveiled 26 February 2011.

A plaque dedicated to the men from Blackwood, Wales, who fought, and died, defending democracy in the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939. Located in Blackwood, Wales.

Big Pit Memorial

Plaque to miners who volunteered for Spain in the Big Pit coalmining museum. Erected 2006.

Reggie Saxton bus


Volvo Gemini bus named after Dr Reginald Saxton. Inaugurated by Brighton & Hove Bus and Coach Company in June 2013 and operating on route 5.


Plaque in Memorial Hall. Erected 1996 and unveiled 27 February 1997 by Evan Jones.

Plaque upper floor of centre of Caerphilly Visitor Centre, The Twyn, Caerphilly CF83 1JL.

Tom Jones Room in regional office of Unite (1 Cathedral Road, CF11 9HA) in memory of north Wales volunteer who became regional secretary of the Transport & General Workers' Union.

Memorial stone and plaques in Alex­andra Gardens, Cathays Park, to Welsh volunteers killed in Spain. Erected by Mid & South Glamorgan County Councils & Cardiff City Council, 1 October 1992.

Memorial plaque to the volunteers from Blaenau Gwent at the Aneurin Bevan Memorial Stones. Unveiled 24 April 2005.

Plaque outside Plaid Cymru offices, 11 John Street. Unveiled by Lance Rogers 1996.

Memorial bench for Spanish Civil War nurse Margaret Lesser (Powell) in the Playground, Llangenny (Powys). Installed in October 2019 by her daughter with the help of the Rev Chris Bowler.

Plaque to Frank Owen by bridge in Maerdy Community Woodland Project. Unveiled 2000 by Lance Rogers and rededicated August 2009.

Plaque in Maesteg Town Hall, Talbot St, CF34 9DA, to local volunteers; unveiled on 12 May 2012.

Plaque in council offices, first erected in 1996.

Memorial stone in Victoria Gardens. Erected 1996.

On the Dulais Valley Heritage trail, north of the A4109. The memorial reads 'Libertad Justicia Revolución. Monument to two local men killed during the Spanish Civil War.

Memorial plaque in village hall to George Ernest Fretwell (killed on 12 February 1937 at Jarama). Erected by Memorial Hall Committee, 7 January 1991.

Memorial plaque in the bar of the Grand Pavillion, Esplanade, to Fred White, killed at Brunete, July 1937. Unveiled 9 October 1999 by the mayor and Lance Rogers.

Memorial plaque in Rhondda Council Chamber, Pentre, to Rhondda volunteers. Erected by Rhondda Borough Council and unveiled 2 September 1989 by Jack Jones.

Memorial plaque in Rhosllanerchrugog to Tom Jones ('Twm Sbaen'), erected by Rhos Community Council in 2013.

Welsh national memorial plaque in Miners’ Library, Hendrefoilan House, Gower Road, to 33 volunteers from Wales killed in Spain. Erected by the South Wales Miners’ Federation, 14 January 1976 and unveiled by Will Paynter.

Plaque to the 11 volunteers from Swansea, in Civic Centre, Oystermouth Road. Unveiled 14 December 2011.