The historic Jennings Building, on the seafront at Porthcawl, has reopened after a £2.5m refurbishment.
Built in 1832, the Jennings Building was originally constructed as the southern terminus of the Dyffryn Llynfi Porthcawl horse-drawn tram road, which was used to transport iron and coal from the Llynfi Valley, and was more recently used as an indoor skatepark.
But it has lain empty for a decade.
The building contains three food and drink businesses on the ground floor – a coffee shop, a pizzeria and a 5,000 square foot kitchen bar and restaurant.
Singer Lucie Jones has married her fellow X Factor contestant sweetheart.
Twenty-six-year-old Jones from Cardiff, who represented the UK at Eurovision earlier this year, met Ethan Boroian when they both auditioned for The X Factor in 2009.
They have now exchanged vows at St David's Church in Miskin.
As soon as I saw Ethan, looking so dashing in his blue wedding suit, I started to well up.
Then the male voice choir started to sing our song, 'God Only Knows' by The Beach Boys, and an overwhelming feeling of intense emotion came over me.
Suddenly, every precious memory of our time together came flooding back and I couldn't stop the tears. I felt so elated and knew that marrying him was the best thing I would ever do.
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