Cymuned suspends protests.
The Chairman of the Llyn branch of Cymuned, Rhys Evans, said, ``Beresford Adams have promised to study the document, and come back to us with their response.
``In the meeting on Wednesday they made a number of concessions, but asked for time to take legal advice, and consider the way for-ward. ``It is not yet clear whether they will offer enough to enable us to call off our pickets on a permanent basis. ``However, as a sign of goodwill, Cymuned has decided to suspend our pickets of Beresford Adams estate agents in Pwllheli, Porthmadog, Caernarfon and Bangor while the company considers the matter.
``If there is no response, Cymuned will reactivate all the pickets in the Spring. ``In the meantime, Cymuned members who had been picketing Beresford Adams in Pwllheli will start to picket the Pwllheli branch of Dafydd Hardy. ``Hopefully we can repeat our success with Beresford Adams with another chain of North Wales estate agents. If we do not get a positive response from Dafydd Hardy with the pickets in Pwllheli, we will use the same tactic used with Beresford Adams, and spread the pickets to other towns in north Wales.''