'Community spirit' in storm clear-up in Aberystwyth
Two hundred people volunteered to help with a clean-up of Aberystwyth promenade, a week after it was damaged by storms.
Work by contractors to remove a grade II-listed seafront shelter has also started.
The 1920s landmark was badly damaged and is being dismantled for repair.
Ceredigion council aims to completely reopen the promenade to the public by Easter after it was battered by high tides and storms.
Mel Hopkins, chief building maintenance officer, and volunteers spoke about Saturday's effort.
11 Jan 2014
- From the section Wales