Wales in pictures: 16th - 22nd March

Wales celebrate their win Credit: Tim Ireland/PA Wire

Wales beat England 30-3 at the Millennium Stadium, a win that secures the title of Six Nations champions.

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George North described the win as an 'awesome day' Credit: Twitter / George North

Wales wing George North tucked into breakfast alongside the trophy...

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The detached stone-built chapel comes complete with a graveyard

Could this be your next home? A seventeenth-century chapel in Cwmbran, complete with its very own graveyard, went up for auction.

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Barry Watson has been visiting India for the past four decades Credit: Help the Village

We met Chepstow man Barry Watson. At home, he's just an ordinary father-of-four, but in a state in India he's regarded as royalty.

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The medals were presented at a ceremony in Downing Street Credit: ITV News

Three Welsh WWII veterans who served in the Arctic Convoy and Bomber Command were presented with special new medals to mark the service.

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Alfie, known as the Chepstow cat, died at the age of 19 Credit: Facebook

Hundreds of tributes were paid after the death of a much loved black cat who was famous for "sitting on the corner of the road by the chemist" in a Welsh town.

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Kerry Richardson managed to reach her big day despite several inches of snow Credit: ITV News

Rhys Davies and his bride Kerry Richardson from Shotton managed to fight their way through the snow to make it to the church for their very special 'white wedding.'

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