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Garden centre queues amid minor changes to Wales' lockdown restrictions

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Garden centre queues amid minor changes to Wales' lockdown restrictions

Garden centre queues amid minor changes to Wales' lockdown restrictions

People queue at a garden centre in Caerphilly, Wales, as minor changes to lockdown restriction begin across the country.

First Minister Mark Drakeford announced on Friday that lockdown restrictions in the country would continue for a further three weeks, but minor adjustments could be made.

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