They were five people with very little in common besides working for the same organisation. The differences in their personalities, their ways of thinking and their behaviour towards each other frequently caused friction, while their attitudes towards the things they encountered were often at odds. Most of the time they couldn’t even agree on what to have for lunch, never mind anything else.
But when the chips were down, they stood shoulder to shoulder, defending the people of Cardiff, and protecting each other.
At the end of the day, they were a team, and the bond they shared was unbreakable.