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The Welsh Government has announced the law will soon be changed to allow more weddings to take place. Licensed wedding venues, such as hotels, will be allowed to re-open for weddings ceremonies. Receptions and social gatherings after the service are still prohibited, but it's a step in the right direction for couples who want a small celebration.
The first minister, Mark Drakeford, announced the changes on Friday after the Welsh Government concluded its 21-day review of the level four restrictions in place. He said: The industry was clear what they didn't want was to be left in the dark. That's why I was clear with them: in the next six weeks, our priority will be children and education, whether it's possible to open some non-essential retail, whether it's possible to have a modest reopening of tourism. Hospitality, if we can accomplish that successfully, their turn will come as well."
Boris Johnson is set to host a press conference this evening (22nd) announcing the roadmap across England, which will hopefully provide some clarity on what weddings will look like for the rest of the year.
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