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'WET' SUNDAYS IN WALES

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Next Sunday - for the first time in 115 years - all pubs in Wales will be allowed to open. ...
Next Sunday - for the first time in 115 years - all pubs in Wales will be allowed to open.

Polls were held in two Welsh counties to decide whether licensed premises should open on Sunday.

People in Gwynedd - which includes Dwyfor, the only 'dry' area in Wales - have voted 24,325 to 9,829 in favour. Next Sunday they will be able to enjoy a pint in their local.

Rhondda Cynon Taff, which also voted 24,863 to 3,427 in favour, will remain 'wet'.
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