Residents visiting Rushcliffe Borough Council owned parks, open spaces and play areas are being reminded to follow some simple steps to ensure they enjoy a safe trip with their household.
As spring weather arrives, it is anticipated many sites including Rushcliffe Country Park and Bridgford Park will remain very popular, with more people looking to explore the great outdoors during their leisure time.
That’s why the Council is asking residents to observe the following steps for staying safe, to ensure everyone can enjoy visiting the locations.
- Follow the on-site signage and remember to socially distance from others at all times
- Wash your hands before and immediately after visiting
- Only one parent or support bubble member should accompany a child at any play area
- No one should visit a site if they feel unwell
- Consider returning at a quieter time should you arrive to find parks or facilities already busy
- Follow current guidance to use open skate parks in line with Skate England advice at https://bit.ly/3r4WQN0
- Outdoor gym equipment remains open in line with the latest government guidance
If visiting Rushcliffe Country Park, don’t forget its mass of parkland has lots of places to explore in addition to the children’s playground.
The Council’s High Street Ambassadors are continuing to provide advice and reassurance at sites across the Borough, highlighting signage that reiterates the measures to follow at each location.
Sanitisation of facilities at all play parks takes place routinely and any feedback on the sites is requested to be sent to email@example.com