A PENSIONER has been ordered by a court to pay more than £2,000 for breaching coronavirus regulations.

Rebecca Mary Hughes-Hall, 74, of Brockweir, near Chepstow, was fined £1,760 at Newport Magistrates’ Court.

She was found to be a person living in an Alert Level 4 area of Wales who left or was outside of a place where she was living without reasonable excuse at Whitebrook, Monmouthshire, on January 29.

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Hughes-Hall must also pay a £176 surcharge and £85 costs.

The total of £2,021 must be paid by September 3.