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Sub-zero temperatures put off tourists

Tourism leaders are warning that a cold Easter will deter holidaymakers from visiting Wales. It follows days of disruption due to snow and freezing conditions, with the North East hardest hit.

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Farmers lead fight against freezing conditions

This report contains RAF pictures

Tens of thousands of people across North East Wales have spent another difficult day dealing with extreme weather.

While many town centres and main roads are now passable with care, many rural communities are still struggling to cope with thick drifts of snow that is now freezing where it fell.

For sheep farmers who are currently trying to come through lambing, deep snow has brought particular challenges, as our North Wales Reporter Ian Lang has been finding out.

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