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Time called on pub that 'ignored' lockdown order

A pub has been given notice to shut after it "ignored" government orders to close.Gwynedd council confirmed the Slaters Arms, in Corris, was served with the order following a joint investigation with North Wales Police.

The local authority said the business had “ignored the national directive that they cease trading for the present period”, according to the Local Democracy Reporting Service.

The council said it became clear the business "was unwilling to adhere to the new regulations".“Should the business continue to flout the law, we will consider what further steps would be required under the new regulations,” a spokesman said.

A spokesman for the pub said they were seeking clarification on the matter.

The Slaters Arms, in Gwynedd, has been ordered to close
The Slaters Arms, in Gwynedd, has been ordered to close

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