During his flying visit to Cardiff today Prime Minister David Cameron was on hand to welcome the Investec Ashes Series Trophy to the SWALEC Stadium, ahead of the first Investec Ashes Test being held at Glamorgan's headquarters in July.
The Prime Minister joined Glamorgan chief executive Hugh Morris for a quick photograph before the trophy was moved to its temporary home in the Glamorgan Ashes Exhibition which is running at the CC4 Musuem of Welsh Cricket ahead of the first Test of the Investec Ashes Series.
Glamorgan chief executive Hugh Morris said, "The Prime Minister is a keen cricket fan so I'm sure he is looking forward to the return of the Ashes in July as much as we are.
"The Investec Ashes Series is one of the major highlights of the sporting year, with huge crowds and superb action expected. The iconic scenes of Monty Panesar and Jimmy Anderson's last wicket stand in Cardiff was one of the great memories of the 2009 Ashes and vital in the eventual outcome of the Series."
Hosted at the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket at the SWALEC Stadium, the exhibition, 'Glamorgan and The Ashes', is now open and includes a number of fascinating displays telling the story of England-Australia Test matches and the involvement of Glamorgan players in Ashes history.