Sheffield's 'oldest' ice cream sellers have won a battle to keep their city centre pitch - for now at least.
Cuneo's, which was founded in 1864 and claims to be the city's longest-running ice cream firm, had been told by Sheffield Council its van was not smart enough to remain at the Peace Gardens.
But the company argued health problems meant co-owner Andrew Cuneo was unable to operate his usual unit and had no choice but to use the van instead while he recovers from a blood clot.
The licensing committee was due to make a decision on June 29, but the item was pulled from the agenda and an eight-week extension was granted, allowing the van to continue operating at the site for now.
A council spokeswoman said: "The applicant and the city centre management team will now work together to find a permanent solution."