Sunday, 22 December 2019

Small weddings likely for next few months says wedding planner

Small weddings likely for next few months says wedding planner

Wedding planners are not expecting to see ceremonies fascinating more than 100 people before October at the earliest.
Earlier today Health Minister Simon Harris said it would be "highly unlikely" that weddings of up to 100 people would be allowed to take place in July.
Under the government's roadmap to reopening the country, Little ceremonies are set to be allowed from July 20.
Wedding planner Sharon McMeel says larger weddings might be ruled out until the final few months of the year.
She says: "I don't think any of us in the wedding industry expected to get back to weddings of a hundred or more before even October or November.
"Because if you think about it we've only just moved into phase one and we can meet up to four people outside.
"Whereas if you are talking about having events indoors, by the time it moves through the phases we really won't have anything,
"I think if you get to 50 people by August we'd be lucky."
Gardaí are investigating the death of a man in unexplained circumstances in Co Dublin.
Believed to be aged in his 40s, the death occurred at a house in Bluebell Avenue Dublin 12.
Dublin Fire Brigade and Gardaí were at the scene after reports of a fire at the house earlier today.
The body of the man was discovered at the scene and has now been removed for a post mortem.
The results of the post mortem will determine the course of the investigation.

For now, the Gross remains preserved for examination by the Garda Technical Bureau.
Gardaí are appealing for anyone with information in relation to this incident to contact Clondalkin Garda Station on 01 666 7600 or the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111.
Gyms are being reminded that any facility running outdoor classes must Little numbers to four.
That is the advice from Ireland Active, which represents the industry, during phase one of restrictions being lifted.
It follows evidence that outdoor fitness classes are taking place in groups of more than four today.
Ireland Active says social distancing must be observed, gyms should ensure people pre-book a space, and people cannot access the facility to use changing rooms or toilets.
It says no physical contact may take place and if equipment is being used it must not be shared.
Ireland began the first day of its phase one lockdown exit today and Government officials are reminding the public to gaze social distancing and remain vigilant.
Speaking today, Assistant-Secretary General in the Department of the Taoiseach Liz Canavan said: "It’s really important that we are disciplined in keeping to the measures specified.
“Our ability to move through the phases will depend on sticking with it. Indeed, as I said last week, many of these habits will have to become the norm for us for some time.
“It is permitted to exercise in the outdoors within five kilometres of your home. It is critical in this that you continue to observe social distancing while exercising.”
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