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Tidy commendation awarded to Brawdy troops.

A 'special commendation' was awarded recently to members of 14th Signal Regiment by Keep Wales Tidy for their efforts in clearing one of the bays in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.

The award recognised the efforts of 14th Signal Regiment in cleaning Bullslaughter Bay on the Castlemartin Range in May.

The group of 24 soldiers responded to a plea for help from National Park Ranger Lynne Ferrand and over two days they hauled five skips full of sea-blown rubbish up the cliff face.

Lynne said: "The soldiers did a fantastic job and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority fully supported the nomination for this award as a way of showing our appreciation and to thank them for their hard work.

www.pcnpa.org.uk

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Date:Feb 1, 2008
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