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This decision was taken in accordance with the advice regarding social distancing and unnecessary travel to lessen the spread of infection ensuring that we do not compromise the health of all who are involved with the preparation prior to and on the day of the Show. The committee is also mindful of the responsibility to minimise the strain on the local medical services.
Mrs Ann Williams, Show Secretary commented:
"Whilst it is with a heavy heart that we have unfortunately had to cancel this year's event, the Committee has to act responsibly and in accordance with published rules and guidelines.
We have enjoyed 25 years of the Prestatyn Flower Show and our thoughts are with all those who have been and continue to be affected in this difficult and challenging time. Our thanks go to all our visitors and all those involved in the planning, preparation and delivery of the event. We look forward to next year and meeting up again to celebrate the Prestatyn Flower Show 2021".
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