Queen Noor of Jordan at Atlantic College's 50th birthday

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Queen Noor of Jordan, the president of the global school Atlantic College, has been in the Vale of Glamorgan to celebrate the college's 50th anniversary.

The college at St Donats Castle, near Llantwit Major, is one of 12 worldwide and has drawn thousands of students from around the globe to work together at resolving conflict.

The castle, bought in 1925 by the American magazine mogul William Randolph Hearst, is no stranger to famous visitors having once entertained actor Charlie Chaplin and US President John F. Kennedy.

Rhodri Lewis spoke to Queen Noor and students Lily Eckersley-Jones, from Cardiff, and Gavan Batholomew, from Uganda.

Global school celebrates 50 years

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