Wales garden centres see success after reopening - though lockdown costs £200,000 in sales at one retailer

Welsh garden centres and their restaurants reopened on 9 November after Wales' 17-day coronavirus firebreak.

by Matthew Appleby
Nicola Pugh - credit: Pugh's Garden Village
Nicola Pugh - credit: Pugh's Garden Village

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