A market in an Anglesey town is thriving once more six months after local businesses stepped in to help run it.
Last October there were four regular stalls at Llangefni’s twice-weekly market but this year there are 30.
Organisers say it is due to better management and there is scope to do more.
Other businesses are also reporting better trading on market days as more people visit the town.
Ian Ault, the chairman of Llangefni Social Enterprise and a cafe owner, said it was great to see the buzz of a large market again.
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