By Linda Hall • 06 November 2020 • 13:13
CHRISTMAS 2020: It will be different in Campello, but it will still happen!
Photo credit: Campello town hall
CAMPELLO councillors are looking for ways to keep the Christmas spirit alive and well despite Covid-19.
The pandemic brought the obligation – and need – to cancel traditional events but Fiestas, Traditions and Events councillors, Cristian Palomares and Marisa Navarro, are currently studying formulas that will allow Campello’s youngest residents to enjoy the Christmas holidays, they said.
Christmas lights and decorations are already going up and they are now planning open-air events where essential social distancing can be maintained, explained Palomares and Navarro.
“Campello will have Christmas this year,” they declared.
“It will be a rather different Christmas but it will certainly be present in the streets.”
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