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Sunday, August 23, 2020

2021 panto becomes coronavirus casualty

Organisers of Llangollen Pantomime have confirmed that the 2121 production, like so many other local events, has fallen victim to the coronavirus pandemic.

On their Facebook page yesterday they posted: "Good morning all, I hope this post finds everyone well in these strange times.

"This is a brief update following a committee meeting held earlier this week, where the inevitable decision has been taken to postpone the 2021 pantomime.

"This is obviously very disappointing and we have tried to wait as long as possible to see if there was any chance we could do something, but in these uncertain times that isn't going to be possible.

"We are looking to see if we could perhaps do some other type of event in the new year and we'll provide more details on that in the next month or so.

"Here's to Cinderella in January 2022 and looking forward to seeing everyone soon. Take care all."

Meanwhile, the Llangollen Group of Anglican Churches is planning a special project to record the various ways the pandemic has affected Llangollen.

Also taking to its Facebook page yesterday it said: "An invitation to share your lockdown stories.

"The past few months have brought about mixed feelings: of grief and loss; thanksgiving for the courage and generosity of so many; the resurgence of neighbourliness which has transformed communities.

"From next week, there will be a book in St Collen’s Church for you to record and share your own experience of lockdown.

"Church open: Tuesday-Saturday from 10am."

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