THE historic words of former Prime Minster David Lloyd George proclaiming to the nation that the First World War was over are to be relived.

As part of Armistice centenary commemorations the Friends of the Lloyd George Museum in Llanystumdwy, will remember the day the conflict ended.

The Gwynedd village is where David Lloyd George grew up at a house called Highgate.

The Prime Minister told a waiting world that appalling conflict would cease at 11am, on November 11, 1918.

To mark this major historical event in the Welshman's career and in the history of the world, the Friends of the Museum have arranged for the poet, musician and Llanystumdwy resident Twm Morys to deliver Lloyd George’s exact words from 100 years ago.

Twm’s rendition will be followed by a minute's silence, followed by a description of how the village of Llanystumdwy reacted to the news a century ago.

Megan Cynan Corcoran, Gwynedd Council museums and volunteer co-ordinator, said: “Having Twm Morys recite the words of Lloyd George will bring them to life once more, and allow us to imagine the impact they must have had on the nation one hundred years ago.

“It’s great that the Lloyd George Museum will be playing an important part in remembering the Armistice centenary, and to ensure that we do not lose our connection with the past.”

Entry to the Lloyd George Museum will be free on the day between 10am and 4pm and visitors will have the opportunity to see the museum and inside Highgate, the former childhood home of Lloyd George.

The items at Lloyd George Museum and at Highgate, depict the former Prime Minister's life and times between 1863 and 1945.