A fish-themed shopping centre is set to open in south Wales.
The Fish Market, in Bridgwater, will open this summer.
It will have a fish-focused theme and is aimed at children and families.
The centre is in a former dairy warehouse, with an entrance in a corner.
It has two entrances to the market, one on each side of the main entrance, and the other at the back of the building.
There will be a large aquarium section, a bar and a fish shop.
The shop will sell fish and other fish products, with a large range of fish products and fish-related accessories available.
The fish market is set up in a derelict dairy warehouse in Bridegwater.
It is set at the rear of the old dairy warehouse.
This building has been used for storage since the 1970s.
It was built in 1969 and the warehouse is currently used for a local catering business.
It could be the last dairy warehouse to be used for fish storage in Wales.
It comes just two months after a fish market opened in Swansea and the Welsh Government announced plans to build more fish market-style shops.