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A woman forced to scrap a birthday trip to Dublin due to coronavirus restrictions was treated to a bar crawl at home instead – with rooms turned into her favourite places to go out.
After Amy Morgan was unable to enjoy the planned break, her parents and younger sister Poppy helped her mark the happy occasion on Thursday.
The family turned rooms in their house in Leeds, West Yorkshire, into makeshift boozers to help her party in style.
Her grandparents even made a special appearance, while adhering to social-distancing measures, by enjoying a beverage in the garden.
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They played blow-up saxophones as Morgan "entered" her first bar through the garden, after her dad acted as a bouncer at the gate, checking her ID and giving her a wristband.
Morgan, a bank worker, said: "My grandparents were counting the beat with each other to make sure they were in time, it was my favourite part.
"I might have had a lockdown birthday, but my family made it one of the best birthdays I've ever had.
"It's one I definitely won't forget."
The boozy birthday started with a bottomless brunch at “Manahatta”, in the living room, before moving to a 'Bar Fibre' courtyard party outside.
It was then on to “Dirty Martini”, where Morgan's dad served up lockdown cocktails “Pornstar Quarantine”, “Pina Corona” and “Long Isolation Iced Tea”.
The night finished with cheesy dance classics at “Pop World – with Morgan's dad on the decks – before the birthday girl enjoyed a virtual party and quiz with her friends.
Nightclub flyers were pinned up and light boxes used around the house and on the front door advertising the name of each bar.
Morgan's mum even used her camera phone and Snapchat filters to create her own photo booth in the kitchen.
The birthday girl said: "I always do a bottomless brunch for my birthday and see where the afternoon day-drinking takes us, usually Dirty Martini and Fibre 2-4-1.
"My mum suggested the Leeds bar crawl and we all helped to create it.
"At some points I actually felt like I was out in Leeds with my family, they had done such a good job."