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"We should be under the same category as indoor dining!"

While new rules around indoor hospitality have been announced, summer camps which take place indo...

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15.38 13 Jul 2021


"We should be under the same category as indoor dining!"


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While new rules around indoor hospitality have been announced, summer camps which take place indoors have been told they can no longer take place this summer. Andrea chats to Sharon Wells, who owns arts and crafts store The Muddle in Bray & Alison Bosonnet of Bricks4Kidz, based in Dublin’s Fingal.

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