NEWS ROUNDUP: Oktoberfest event set for Cardiff in October
New motoring laws are coming into play in Wales in April of this year. Motorists are being urged to brush up on their knowledge of the new rules as things change from the fourth month of the year. Amongst the new rules are: drivers could risk a £200 fine and six penalty points for holding their phone while driving. The new ban replaces a loophole which allowed people to take photos and videos while driving without being penalised.
A former winner of The Apprentice, Alana Spencer is to open a new bakery in Cardiff this year. The baker and owner of Ridiculously Rich by Alana won the 2016 series of the Apprentice, with a £250,000 investment into her business made by Sir Alan Sugar. Spencer previously set up shop in Aberystwyth.
And Oktoberfest is reportedly heading to two cities in Wales later this year if lockdown restrictions permit it to. There are plans for a Covid-safe circus-style big top tent to host the Oktoberfest event in Bute Park on Friday, October 1. The location for a Swansea date on Sunday, October 3, is yet to be announced.
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