Annabel Lenton instructed by Nottingham CPS prosecuted a "reverend" who was accused of breaching the COVID-19 regulations. The incident happened during a period of lockdown which followed tier three restrictions. During lockdown everyone was asked to stay at home whenever possible. 'Non-essential retail' shut - including places like restaurants, cinemas and leisure centres. But food shops stayed open, as did takeaways and click-and-collect services. The defendant had been involved at a gathering on Main Street, Gedling.
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Miss Lynsey Knott
No. 1 High Pavement Chambers are pleased to announce that Miss Lynsey Knott has accepted an invitation to join Chambers. She will join us on 26th February.