Feature on BBC Wales News
Covid: How Christmas markets adapted to regulations or moved online
The coronavirus pandemic has seen the cancellation of many of Wales' annual Christmas markets, forcing traders to adapt to new ways of selling.
Before Wales brought forward its level four national lockdown - meaning only retailed selling essential items can remain open, some markets went ahead with smaller, ticketed events.
Others moved to newly established online marketplaces.
Some traders said the restrictions hit them hard but others said through adversity they found an 'amazing community' of shoppers and sellers.
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