Getting trollied: Seasonal demand for shopping carts

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As supermarkets entice shoppers with festive offers and the aisles get busier, the demand for shopping trolleys reaches a peak.

One company is doing its bit to ease the problem by restoring more than 60,000 trolleys every year, getting them back into service for around half the cost of a new fleet of shopping wheels.

Dominic Laurie reports.

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