Coronavirus (COVID-19) information and advice from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority statement:
From June 1st, the Welsh Government confirmed the easing of the Coronavirus restrictions. We urge everyone to continue to follow the rules and stay local to keep Pembrokeshire safe.
“I would like to thank everyone in the Park for following the Guidance and helping to stop the spread of Coronavirus. We appreciate how much people are missing the National Park, including the beaches and access to the outdoors but we ask for everyone’s continued patience.
“We urge people to follow the advice to stay local, travel no more than five miles and avoid popular beauty spots and crowded places wherever possible – if it feels too busy, it is too busy.
“The National Park is not ready for large numbers of visitors to arrive at popular places, so we ask people to use this new freedom carefully and responsibly.
“Our priority remains the safety of those accessing the National Park, our staff and the communities in and around the Park. Services will reopen in time but we are urging people to be patient for now, stay local and plan ahead before you travel. If you can walk or cycle to your local destination, all the better. Please continue to make use of local inland path networks and observe social distancing at all times to stop the spread of Coronavirus.”
– Tegryn Jones, Chief Executive, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority
For more information and to keep up-to-date with the latest guidance please go to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority – COVID-19 Information Page.