TRADERS in Swansea Market have welcomed an increase in business after the venue was showcased in a BBC documentary.
The city centre market became the star of a series looking at the lives and stories of the many businesses who rely on it throughout the year.
The final episode in the series Swansea Market will be broadcast on the Big Screen in Castle Square from noon on Saturday and traders said they had seen a dramatic increase in visitors since it hit TV screens across the country.
Sandy Ellis, who runs Sandy’s Lunchbox in the market with partner Robert Bartlett, said: “There’s been a dramatic increase in the number of visitors to the market since the series has been broadcast.
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