By Audlem Parish Council - 22nd July 2020 6:09am
Audlem Childrens' Play Park (behind the Public Hall) Has been re-opened.
Please see below the Coronavirus (Covid-19) Park Restrictions in place.
Government advice has allowed play areas and outdoor gyms to open, but the following rules must be observed at all times.
- 1.Keep your distance from other park users.
- 2. No crowds, please! Play apart.
- 3. Don't be a queue jumper — you may need to form an orderly queue,
- 4. Be considerate — don't hog equipment that others are waiting for.
- 5 Please wash your hands or use hand sanitiser after touching play or gym equipment.
- 6. No food allowed in or around the Play areas.
These measures have been introduced to support social distancing guidelines, which will help to reduce the spread of the virus.
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