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Allow dancing at weddings before the 21st June and if lockdown gets extended

Submitted by Thomas Goodman on Thursday 3rd June 2021

Published on Wednesday 9th June 2021

Current status: Open

Open until: Thursday 9th December 2021

Current Signatures: 9
(count is updated approximately hourly)

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Covid ~ Covid-19 ~ Dancing ~ It ~ Lockdown ~ Marriage ~ Reception ~ sense ~ vaccine ~ weddings ~ weds

Petition Action

Allow dancing at weddings before the 21st June and if lockdown gets extended

Petition Details

Removing any and all restrictions or advisories against dancing at weddings, particularly if lockdown/restrictions are extended beyond June 21st. Making it clear to wedding reception venues that dancing is allowed.

Additional Information

Dancing remains a massive part of the wedding day and is the main way to celebrate a marriage. With people now able to hug, it makes no sense to not allow people to dance especially with the majority of people present at a wedding vaccinated. It would also add further financial strains on couples having to replace those hours of dancing with an alternative entertainment source.


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