Café owner: 'Steelworks closure would kill our town'
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Port Talbot Cafe owner: 'Steelworks closure would kill our town'

A cafe owner in Port Talbot has told BBC Radio 5 live that the potential steelworks job loses would kill the town.

Tata's Port Talbot site employs 5,500 of Tata UK's current 15,000-strong UK workforce and is thought to be losing £1m a day.

Tracey Lewis, who runs the Ferrari's cafe, spoke to Daily's Peter Allen about the negativity around the town.

She said: "There has always been depressive air over the town for the last two years, because of the jobs being lost."

  • 06 Apr 2016
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