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Actor Tom Hardy visits the Lympstone Royal Marines Commando Training Centre

By Exeter Express and Echo  |  Posted: December 19, 2013

By Fran McElhone

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ACTOR Tom Hardy, best known for his roles in Batman and Star Trek, has visited the Royal Marines Commando Training Centre (CTC) in Lympstone where he pledged his support for the Baton.

The Baton, a stretcher handle used at Afghanistan’s Camp Bastion, has become a national symbol of remembrance for our armed forces and their families.

It was founded by Honiton barber Alan Rowe MBE.

While on a visit to CTC the actor met Baton trustee Royal Marine Baz Gray who told him about the cause.

“Tom has the reputation of being a very thorough professional with a desire for detail in all his roles,” said Alan. “We are truly inspired by his interest in the Baton's cause of conscience.”

Pictures were posted online of the stars visit, see just a few of them below:

Social Media users took to twitter after hearing rumours the actor was in town:

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