There are just two months to go before we are due to leave the European Union and concerns over a no deal Brexit are growing.
The minister in charge of preparing for a no deal Brexit has been in Holyhead today.
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove has been attempting to reassure businesses in Wales that ports will continue to flow freely.
Michael Gove has announced £1.7 million to be shared between Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland to get our gateways ready.
Plas Farm is Europe’s biggest producer of frozen yoghurt. David Williams has been running the Holyhead-based business for 24 years. He said he is concerned that leaving without a deal could force them out of business.
Pharmacists have also been urging the Government for more clarity on their no deal planning.
After Dover, Holyhead is the second largest roll on roll off port in the UK. But a no deal would mean extra border controls and custom checks, leading to possible delays or worse freight business and jobs moving away.
But florist Trudy Sodden said she does not feel like her small business can prepare for Brexit. Despite this, she is not too worried about it.