Residents in a small village in the Vale of Clwyd can now pick up more than a pint when they visit their local pub. That's thanks to a community project which is making the local pub the hub of village life.
For the last 20 years locals have had to travel out of the village to get their groceries, but now the Red Lion Pub in Cyffylliog has turned what used to be the front hall into a fully-equipped shop.
It's part of the 'Pub in the Hub' scheme which was launched in Denbighshire in 2009 by the rural regeneration agency, Cadwyn Clwyd.
Landlord, Nirmal Singh, says his past experience of running a shop has helped with this new venture.
The shop has been officially opened by Clwyd West AM, Darren Millar.