Traders at an Anglesey indoor market have been evicted from their town hall venue as part of redevelopment plans.
Stall-holders had been fighting Anglesey council plans to stop them using Llangefni Town Hall since October.
The council allowed them to stay until Christmas, but they have now been told they are locked out for good.
The council said the traders had been offered other pitches, and that the town would be regenerated.
“It was an absolute wash out. We were locked out of the town hall and told we would not be allowed to trade there again,” said stall-holder Storm Hutchinson who sells hand-made greetings cards.
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