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A shop owner who has made a Christmas advert starring his two-year-old son wants it to encourage people to buy local.

Hafod Hardware in Rhayader, Powys, has been making festive adverts for several years and this year's cost just £100 to produce.

The advert sees Arthur setting up the shop along with members of his family.

Tom Jones, Arthur's father, said the "underlying message" is to "shop at your small independent shops".

The video received more than 50,000 views on YouTube within two days.

Mr Jones said: "It has been crazy... we've been overwhelmed with nice emails and messages from all over the world.

"The underlying message... is these big companies like John Lewis, they do really well at Christmas.

"I understand Christmas can be a very expensive time for everyone and they need to save money where they can, but if they can afford to, just try and shop at your small independent shops and support us, it makes a big difference.

"It did cost £100 to make and most of that was the cost of the music.

 

 

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-50658677


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