Enjoying an ice-cream on Castle Hill beach in Tenby
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Businesses in Wales cash in on summer heatwave

Businesses in Wales have been cashing in on the heatwave.

Saturday was the hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures climbing to 30C (86F) in Llysdinam near Llandrindod Wells.

Some retailers have reported a surge in sales of more than 300% for outdoor goods - and the tourism industry has received a boost too.

Matt Murray reports.

Hottest day as summer sales boom

  • 14 Jul 2013
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