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There are just 100 days until Llandudno becomes the national focus for Armed Forces Day.


On Wednesday, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SME) in Merthyr Tydfil and the surrounding areas gathered to discuss opportunities available to businesses who become forces friendly.

HMS Cambria received the Freedom of the City and County of Swansea at a special event on Saturday 17 March.

Reserves and Cadet volunteers from Dyfed who have gone ‘beyond the call of duty’ have been celebrated for their ‘remarkable contributions’ to their community by the Queen’s representative for the county.

The Queen’s representative for Dyfed has given the ‘highest honour’ to six Cadets from across the county and encouraged them to use it as an ‘instrument of good.'


Wales has seen its fair share of snow in recent weeks but five Reservists from 104 Regiment Royal Artillery have been mastering the white stuff while snowboarding in the snowy climes of Austria on Exercise Snow Storm.



Admiral The Right Honourable Lord West of Spithead GCB DSC PC addressed over 170 people at the latest meeting of the Cardiff Business Club.




Three ‘truly amazing’ teenage Cadets from across Clwyd have been recognised by the Queen’s representative for the county.




A social enterprise has been set up by five people from Merthyr Tydfil and will focus its first project on the Armed Forces community.




The Queen’s representative for the county has hailed a group of members of the Armed Forces community from Gwynedd as special people.



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