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Welsh landmarks to shine for Team Wales support

Caerphilly Castle 2014.jpg

Some of the most well-known Welsh landmarks will shine bright onMonday June 23rd 2014 to mark the support of a nation behind Team Wales.
With a 200-plus team of athletes set to travel to Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games in just a few weeks' time, a number of our most familiar castles and landmarks will dress up in the red of the Welsh team and have a new Team Wales logo projected onto them.
As the sun comes down on another summer's day on Monday 23rd June, Cardiff Castle, Laugharne Castle, Conwy Castle, Caerphilly Castle and Caernarfon Castle will have a one-off show of support as part of the build-up celebrations.
Team Wales
The Wales Millennium Centre (exterior and interior), Norwegian Church and the Roald Dahl Basin in Cardiff will also have a unique light show.
The Team Wales elite brand logo has been developed for use by sports, sport organisations and leisure providers in Wales to signify one team working at the elite and grassroots for Welsh success.
The public are being encouraged to share their pictures of the one-off events using the hastags #poblwc2014 and #GoWales.
"The excitement is building now as we build up to the start of competition in Glasgow," said Sport Wales Chief Executive Sarah Powell.
"With the nation behind Team Wales we know our athletes will take encouragement and give their all for the Welsh jersey.
"This is another way we can show that, across our country, we are all standing together in our support."

For more on the Team Wales elite brand visit www.sportwales.org.uk.
- See more at: http://www.sportwales.org.uk/news--events/news--events/our-news/latest-n...

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