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This initiative is really putting something back into the local environment, transforming greenspaces and helping the community at a grass-roots level. Our volunteers are keen to get started. The sale did not include all Vion plants, and in April around workers lost their jobs when a Vion plant at Gaerwen on Anglesey closed.

Further details of the following Llangefni Juniors fundrasing events will be published soon. But the spokesperson said it is a "first stage in a turnaround plan for the Vion businesses which remain loss making, and consequently we remain cautious for the future".