Latest government guidance on using parks and green spaces during the COVID19 pandemic.
There are a number of products that can be shared with communities to support the delivery of local Eid Al-Adha plans. Here is a checklist based on current places of worship guidance that will support attendees and those organising Eid prayers to put appropriate safety measures in place gov.uk/coronavirus-worship-safely .Public Health England have also developed communication materials that are available here https://coronavirusresources.phe.gov.uk/Eid/.
Updated access to green spaces guidance https://www.gov.uk/government/news/coronavirus-guidance-on-access-to-green-spaces
Groups of six being able to exercise outside https://www.gov.uk/government/news/groups-of-up-to-six-from-different-households-can-exercise-outside-under-new-rules and associated guidance https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-on-phased-return-of-sport-and-recreation/guidance-for-the-public-on-the-phased-return-of-outdoor-sport-and-recreation .
Advice for managers of outdoor sites from the Visitor Safety in the Countryside Group available to download here
Managing Public Spaces during COVID19 advice for park and greenspace managers prepared by the Midlands Parks Forum for the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the Local Government Association.
Association of Public Service Excellence (APSE) have produced a remobilisation guide for parks and greenspaces.
The Ordnance Survey Greenspace map very useful if you want to find your local parks of green spaces and suggesting alternatives to busiest sites with thanks to Ordnance Surveys Lee Newton for highlighting.
The UK government’s existing ‘Find Your Local Park’ page which signposts people to the relevant local authority advice on their parks and use of them during COVID19