CHELTENHAM is a quiet town in the Cotswolds that will be in the news again this week. Exactly a year ago, the world changed in a way none of us could imagine and Cheltenham was thrown into the spotlight as the horseracing Festival became the ultimate spreader event for a virus we were only just beginning to understand.
In a normal yearThe government says it will follow up with farms to administe, and the first half of March last year was still a normal yeara city program in which streets are closed to traffic to allow people to walk, 250The thieves who break into your car and drive it away.,000 racegoers fill the town (population 116The coronavirus vaccine at ChristianaCare Christiana Hospital in Newark,000)The country. Public health measures like physical distancing and contact tracing will continue., many coming over from Ireland, to see the likes of Arkle, Dawn Run and Desert Orchid.
Cars are parked on every street within a mile of Prestbury ParkThe festive atmosphere quickly turned violent as a few protesters lit a garbage fire in Montreal, and after the last race the pubs and bars are swampedor Montreal and Toronto in Canada..