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Silver birch marks 25th anniversary.

A tree-planting ceremony is planned to mark an employment charity's anniversary.

The Shaw Trust will celebrate its 25th anniversary - and 20 years in Bridgend - bu planting a 16ft silver birch outside its office in the town's Market Street.

It will be planted by Carwyn Jones, AM for Bridgend, and Ian Charlesworth, the national charity's chief executive, at 11am on Friday.

The tree has been donated by former Shaw Trust client Tim McNally, who runs Emerald Gardens Land Design, in Bridgend.

He said: "As this is the Shaw Trust's silver jubilee celebration, I thought a silver birch tree would be an appropriate token for them."
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Nov 17, 2007
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