Talks held on future of Aberystwyth's seafront shelter

The shelter was battered by waves in last month's storms. Credit: PA

The future of Aberystwyth's iconic seafront shelter that was damaged in January's storms will be discussed later today at a meeting involving Cadw and Ceredigion County Council.

The grade II-listed shelter on the promenade was badly damaged and close to collapse after being batter by the waves. Work has already started to remove the shelter.

It is estimated that the cost of the repairs to the shelter and the town's promenade could be in excess of £1m.

Watch: Volunteers clean-up Aberystwyth seafront after storm damage

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