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President, s, Byron Shire, Beryl Main, says that on behalf of the group she is announcing that the annual book fair that was being held at the Byron Bay Surf Club this coming weekend has been cancelled for now.
‘The current situation is developing at an indeterminable rate, potentially placing our generous volunteers and community in a compromised position,’ said Ms Main.
‘We do not want to risk losing the respect and goodwill we hold in the community by proceeding with a risk event.
‘We will of course still be drawing our raffle on Sunday so keep your phones on for that lucky prize-winning call.
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