Throughout the day there will be stalls and an Aladdin's Cave
, offering bargains, as well as display rides from the riding school.
The image of Welsh business as male, grey and stale was banished yesterday when the B2B Wales event transformed the Millennium Stadium into an Aladdin's Cave
of best-kept secrets, sparkling ambition and excited conversation.
Prosecutor John Dove said: "At Mr Baber's home investigators found an Aladdin's cave
Down the steps and you enter an Aladdin's cave
that possesses anything a pet lover or householder might want.
BRITISH police are liasing with Dublin's elite Criminal Assets Bureau to find the owners of an Aladdin's cave
of stolen jewels, gold necklaces, antiques, and china discovered by detectives after they raided a gang of Irish caravan bandits.
A spokeswoman from Lancashire Constabulary said: "On searching his home, police were confronted with an Aladdin's cave
of collectable items ranging from signed sporting memorabilia and artwork to collectable toys.
Trading standards and police busted a shop in Newcastle's West End and discovered an Aladdin's cave
of bogus goods, most of which are suspected to have been made in China.
Crowded with super-clever vending machines, equipped with remote video assistants and cashless payment systems, the c-store of the future will be an Aladdin's cave
of hi-tech wizardry.
THE lost property office at Newcastle Airport is always likely to be an Aladdin's Cave
of the unexpected.
Police are trying to trace the owners of an Aladdin's cave
of electrical power tools uncovered in a police raid in Middlesbrough.
Police found an Aladdin's cave
of suspected stolen property after raiding a Dewsbury town centre pub.
Describe the decor Nicely worn old flagstone floors blend with wood as a backdrop to an Aladdin's Cave
of collectable bits and pieces which adorn the walls.
POLICE who searched a house at Chirk found an Aladdin's Cave
of stolen property.
l a145 Commercial Street, 01656 733496 This independent business is an Aladdin's cave
of designer labels at great prices.
A spokesman for Trading Standards said: "The premises were an Aladdin's cave
, filled from floor to ceiling with products including cosmetics, cream, toiletries and furniture - none of which complied with European safety legislation.