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Day 230 - Wales

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Faye Thomas, 13, from Conwy, carries the Queen's Baton during the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Huw Rowlands, 17, from Gwent, carries the Queen's Baton during the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Ellie Haf Thomas from Swansea carries the Queen's Baton during the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Abbie Davies from Deri Bargoed carries the Queen's Baton during the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Lowri Howells from Penybont, Carmarthenshire, carries the Queen's Baton during the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Siriol Elin Jones Abergele Conwy carries the Queen's Baton during the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Annest Davies of Cardigan carries the Queen's Baton during the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Jack Freestone fron Conwy carries the Queen's Baton during the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Mael Evans from Bala Meirionydd, carries the Queen's Baton during the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Mali Morse, batonbearer Anna Eleaner Cooper and Cari Wilson are introduced to the Queen's Baton during a cook workshop at the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Chef Dudley holds the Queen's Baton during the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Children taking part in a sports workshop get their hands on the Queen's Baton during the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Glasgow 2014 mascot Clyde and batonbearer schoolchildren in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Former Welsh athlete Iwan Thomas holds the Queen's Baton as he poses with Glasgow 2014 mascot Clyde and Mr Urdd, mascot for the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts and local schoolchildren in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Welsh batonbearers with the Queen's Baton pose with Glasgow 2014 mascot Clyde and Mr Urdd, mascot for the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts and local schoolchildren in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Mael Evans from Bala Meirionydd carries the Queen's Baton during the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Former Welsh athlete Iwan Thomas holds the Queen's Baton as he poses with Glasgow 2014 mascot Clyde and Mr Urdd, mascot for the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts and local schoolchildren in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Former Welsh athlete Iwan Thomas holds the Queen's Baton as he poses with Glasgow 2014 mascot Clyde and Mr Urdd, mascot for the annual Welsh language youth festival of literature, music and performing arts and local schoolchildren in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Members of the local police force hold the Queen's Baton in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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Former Welsh athlete Iwan Thomas holds the Queen's Baton in Eisteddfod, Wales. Wales is nation 68 of 70 nations and territories the Queen's Baton will visit. Photo: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014

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