A WOMAN was fined more than £1,700 for breaching coronavirus lockdown regulations at Hallowe'en.

Zoe Davies, 36, of Bryn Aber, Abertridwr, Caerphilly, was punished after she “contravened a requirement not to participate in a gathering in private”.

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Newport Magistrates’ Court heard the offence took place at Windsor Place in Caerphilly on the evening of October 31.

Davies was ordered to pay £1,760 in a fine, a £176 victim surcharge and £85 costs.

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The total amount of £2,021 must be paid by May 13.