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Coronavirus hits carnival industry hard, with show families facing ‘grim’ future – ABC News

The past nine months mark the longest period since World War II the Bell family hasn’t spent on the road.
Key points:

  • The Federal Government offers cash grants to cancelled agricultural shows
  • Elwin Bell says these grants do not filter down to show families like his
  • Mr Bell says his JobKeeper payments are mostly used to pay for insurance and ride maintenance

Elwin Bell’s family business, Bells Amusements, has towed its thrill rides and caravans across the coun…

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