COUNCIL AGREES TO PLAN COVID-SAFE CELTIC FESTIVAL IN 2021

Glen Innes Severn Council has agreed to plan a COVID-safe Celtic Festival in 2021.

The popular event, which would usually run over four days in May, celebrates the best in Scottish tradition, food and performance.

A shortened version, which would instead run over two days, has been tabled.

It would allow 500 guests at a time, over six timeslots at just two venues.

Council says that, while it can now start planning, the final decision rests in the hands of the Health Authorities.

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