Four Welsh Remploy factories have closed their doors for the last time today - despite a vociferous campaign against the cuts.
The sites in Abertillery, Aberdare, Merthyr and Wrexham have now closed. Swansea will shut at the end of the month.
Other factories at Neath and Porth will remain open. But doubt still hangs over those at Bridgend and Croespenmaen near Pontypool. Bids have been invited to run them.
Ian Lang reports on the last day at one of the factories, in Wrexham.
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