Criccieth Castle, Gwynedd, Wales. 21st Sep, 2013. David, Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor (left) greeting John Warburton Lee (right) with the Walk on Wales commemorative baton as it passed through Criccieth, Dwyfor, Gwynedd on 21 September 2013. The 870 mile walk is being undertaken in remembrance of the 50 Welsh Guards killed on active service since World War 2. This day's walk, is dedicated to Lance Corporal A Burke, killed in Action on RFA Sir Galahad on 8 June 1982, aged 23. The walk is raising funds for the Welsh Guards Afghanistan Appeal and Combat Stress.

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Criccieth Castle, Gwynedd, Wales. 21st Sep, 2013. David, Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor (left) greeting John Warburton Lee (right) with the Walk on Wales commemorative baton as it passed through Criccieth, Dwyfor, Gwynedd on 21 September 2013. The 870 mile walk is being undertaken in remembrance of the 50 Welsh Guards killed on active service since World War 2. This day's walk, is dedicated to Lance Corporal A Burke, killed in Action on RFA Sir Galahad on 8 June 1982, aged 23. The walk is raising funds for the Welsh Guards Afghanistan Appeal and Combat Stress.
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David, Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor (left) greeting John Warburton Lee (right) with the Walk on Wales commemorative baton as it passed through Criccieth, Dwyfor, Gwynedd on 21 September 2013. The 870 mile walk is being undertaken in remembrance of the 50 Welsh Guards killed on active service since World War 2. This day's walk, is dedicated to Lance Corporal A Burke, killed in Action on RFA Sir Galahad on 8 June 1982, aged 23. The walk is raising funds for the Welsh Guards Afghanistan Appeal and Combat Stress. The baton is inscribed with the names of the 50 Welsh Guardsmen killed in action since World War 2 and contains a scroll with the names of the other personnel killed in action whilst serving with the Welsh Guards
Location: Prince of Wales Pub, Criccieth, Gwynedd UK