The Welsh National War Memorial is a tribute to the soldiers who died during World War I with a plaque mentioning WWII. The white, circular monument supported by Corinthian columns encircles three bronze statues of servicemen holding a wreath. Also created by A. B. Pegram is the center figure of St Michael the Archangel with a sword. The memorial was design by Sir John Ninian Comper and unveiled in Alexandra Gardens in 1928.