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Website: www.pcc.org.uk Helpline: 0845 600 2757 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 020 7831 0022 William John Tudor IN Thursday's Echo in a column by David James we stated that William John Tudor, whose meat-packing plant in Bridgend was responsible for an E.coli outbreak in 2005, was a Cowbridge butcher. Mr Tudor does not have any connection to any butcher's premises in Cowbridge. We are happy to clarify that.
AN article in Thursday's Echo headlined "Battle painting to be presented to hero's relative" said South Wales troops were defeated at the Battle of Rorke's Drift. This is incorrect - the Zulus were ultimately repelled. We are happy to clarify the matter.
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