Tourist sites face cold Easter


Parts of north Wales are struggling at the start of the Easter holiday season.

All major roads have reopened after frozen snow was cleared but some tourism attractions remain closed.

These include the Snowdon Mountain Railway and the Denbighshire Council-run Plas Newydd house in Llangollen, after trees were damaged in the grounds.

Forecasters say it has been the coldest March since 1962.

Abigail Neal reports.

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