On the 9th July 2020, the government updated the guidance for meeting people outdoors.

Although the guidance did not change it does now offer clarity to help people understand how they can safely meet with others outdoors.

The following segment has been taken from the gov.uk Coronavirus outbreak FAQs: what you can and can’t do – Updated 9 July 2020.

 1.6 How many people am I allowed to meet with outdoors?

You are allowed to meet in groups of up to six people who you do not live with or who are not in your support bubble. You are only allowed to meet in groups of more than six people if everyone is a member of the same household or support bubble.

You are also allowed to meet people in groups of more than six people if everyone is exclusively from two households (anyone in your support bubble counts as one household).

There is more information about the guidelines you should follow when meeting people you do not live with here.

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We hope that this helps and we must stress the importance that everybody follows government guidance when using our facilities.

Let us all work together to ensure safe play areas for everyone.

Thank you for your cooperation.