Tamar Valley Peace Festival organisers have been forced to postpone one of this week's events after travel restrictions and border closures prevented two speakers from attending the festival.
Accidental Celebrity Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton in conversation with Fiona Reynolds was scheduled for this Thursday. However, organisers announced it would not go ahead with Ms Chamberlain-Creighton and Dr Reynolds unable to enter the state.
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Tamar Community Peace Trust chairwoman Donna Bain said the event was postponed until it could be rescheduled, but confirmed a refund would be available to anyone who purchased a ticket for the event.
She said both Ms Chamberlain-Creighton and Dr Reynolds were disappointed they could not attend and were working with event organisers to find a suitable solution.
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Ms Bain said all other events at the festival would go ahead as planned and encouraged the public to make their way to an exhibition or performance.
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