Sara Edwards quits Wales Today

Sara Edwards is moving on from presenting Wales Today, The BBC announced today.

Sara will concentrate on new projects for BBC Wales, including presenting BBC Wales’ Children In Need coverage this year.

Sara said: “Presenting Wales Today has been a huge part of my life but now I have been offered the opportunity to look ahead and develop other plans.

“It has been a pleasure and a privilege to broadcast the news to the people of Wales. The support of the viewers has always meant a great deal to me and I now look forward to continuing our friendship through other programmes.”

Sara’s last shift is this Friday.

Updated: Wednesday 29 August 2007
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