Prisoners serve up food at Cardiff Clink restaurant
A restaurant next door to a south Wales prison and staffed by inmates has opened to the public.
More than 30 low-risk prisoners from Cardiff and Prescoed jails work at The Clink Cymru, a 96-cover restaurant next to Cardiff prison.
Set up by The Clink charity and the prison service, it is aimed at reducing reoffending rates by helping low-risk prisoners develop employable skills.
The charity said the project was "a positive influence" on rehabilitation.
Hywel Griffith visited the prison for BBC Radio Wales.
20 Sep 2012