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Glasgow 2014: Cardiff mother and son volunteer

23 July 2014 Last updated at 11:34 BST

A mother and son from Cardiff have become "Clydesiders" for the next couple of weeks to help out at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Hundreds of volunteers are helping make the event run smoothly for competitors and visitors.

Sue and Rhodri Cavell have taken a two week holiday and booked a hotel so they can join the ranks of unpaid helpers.

Mrs Cavell told BBC Radio Wales' Oliver Hides she volunteered inside the Olympic Stadium at London 2012.

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