Tighter COVID-19 restrictions create fears for Loughborough-based child party entertainer

By Adam Dutton

Memory Maker is an entertainment company which provides children with the opportunity to meet some of their favourite princesses or movie characters in person.

The children’s entertainment company fears it could be forced to move performances online again after the government ordered tighter restrictions.

Jasmine Cooper, 20, the owner and the lead performer, said: “The usual events we do are children’s parties, charity events and hospital visits as Disney princesses.

“Further lockdown restrictions would hinder all forward plans to try and progress the company and be able to hold events which help pay the bills for a struggling student like myself.

“The only way I will be able to carry on running the company is to do everything virtually again like at the start of lockdown with Zoom calls and FaceTime. It’s not the same as being in person and giving the children a hug.”

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