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Newport greengrocers are old school pals

South Wales Argus: LOCAL PRODUCE: Dennis Clark who, with Peter Evans, runs Evans and Clark Greengrocers in Rogerstone

12:20pm Wednesday 17th August 2011

SHOWCASING local producers and offering a personal service, a Newport greengrocers has been serving its customers for almost 40 years.

GLC join our Buy Local campaign with rap in praise of Cwmbran

South Wales Argus: RAPPING LOCAL: Eggsy sings the praises of Cwmbran in GLC's latest video

11:10am Friday 29th July 2011

GOLDIE Lookin’ Chain are the latest supporters of the Argus’ Buy Local campaign.

BUY LOCAL: Blackwood - Manics' town where music shops thrive

South Wales Argus: POPULAR: Chris Fowler, Patricia Hart and Simon Fowler at Must have Music

10:32am Thursday 14th July 2011

IT IS perhaps fitting that in a town which spawned the Manic Street Preachers, one of the most successful independent traders is a shop selling musical instruments and merchandise.

BUY LOCAL: Abergavenny - home of independent shops

South Wales Argus: WE NEED ‘SHOPPERS’ SUPPORT’: Rachael Nicholas of Crown Farm Meats kiosk

1:00pm Saturday 9th July 2011

ABERGAVENNY is renowned for its historic market and local shops which are at the heart of the community. KATH SKELLON reports.

BUY LOCAL: Newport Market: Where customers come first

South Wales Argus: ‘QUALITY AND SERVICE’: Tony Elston, of Elston’s Butchers, says more people should come and see what is on offer.

5:37pm Friday 8th July 2011

FROM fresh fruit and vegetables, top quality meats and homebaked bread to the finest flowers, traditional sweets and hardware goods, Newport Market caters for every need all under one roof.

BUY LOCAL: Tell us why you back your local shop

South Wales Argus: BUY LOCAL: Tell us why you back your local shop

11:50am Wednesday 6th July 2011

WE LAUNCHED a new campaign to help Gwent’s local independent businesses survive the recession – by encouraging our readers to Buy Local.

Support Gwent traders - Let's buy local

South Wales Argus: BACKING: Newport Council leader Matthew Evans is supporting our campaign

9:17am Monday 4th July 2011

HELP Gwent independent traders survive the recession by supporting our Buy Local campaign.






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