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In 1961 each county of Wales was allowed to hold a vote on the Sunday opening of public houses. Some parts of Wales, on religious and cultural reasons, voted to stay 'dry' while other parts voted to go 'wet'.
In this report the men of 'dry' Hendy, Carmarthenshire cross the bridge into 'wet' Pontarddulais, West Glamorgan on the Sabbath for a drink, and some of them are very pleased with the changes.
Coats reduced to £4, ten shillings for stretch slacks and a lovely range of hats - what bargains there were to be had at the C&A store in Cardiff's Queen Street in 1969.
The sales really did start in January in the 1960s. Have a look at this HTV Wales' report from inside the store - maybe you bagged yourself some of those stretch slacks...
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