An iconic Sleeping Dragon statue that represented the 35,000 lost Welshmen in World War One is set to return to a Presteigne roundabout this weekend after it was removed on November 11, 2018.

The temporary installation of a Sleeping Dragon had to leave the site that it was positioned on from August 3, 2014 to November 2018, as part of the interactive element of the piece, as it was designed to cause a real sense of loss. It was built to mark the four-year commemoration period of the war.

Over £3,500 has been crowdfunded to bring the Dragon back and it will be unveiled on Saturday, April 27 at 3pm. People are being encouraged to go along and then go to the Radnorshire Arms afterwards to celebrate.