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RESIDENTS in Pembrokeshire are being reminded that they should not be travelling to local beauty spots to exercise under the current lockdown restrictions.
Some people are driving to local beaches and other beauty spots like the Preselis to go for a walk or take other recreational exercise.
This is not allowed under the current Welsh Government alert level four restrictions.
However, Welsh Government guidelines recognise that some people, such as those with specific health or mobility issues, may need to travel from their home in order to exercise.
For example, wheelchair users may not be able to start exercise immediately outside their hones for practical access reasons. Driving to a suitable flat location, such as a park, would be permitted in this instance.
Where people need to drive to access exercise, the journey should be to the nearest convenient accessible location. No long journeys should be undertaken unless absolutely necessary.
Residents are able to exercise with members of their household or support bubble. There is no limit to the distance you can travel while taking exercise or how many times you exercise a day but, apart from the exceptions noted above, exercise should start and finish from the front door.
“We know this is very difficult, but please start and finish your exercise at home and keep away from busy areas,” said Councillor David Simpson, leader of Pembrokeshire County Council.
“The virus is still spreading rapidly, and we must all do everything we can to minimise passing it on to others.”
There’s a great sense of freedom at Broad Haven Holiday Park. To begin with, it’s just an easy walk (350 yards) to the broad sandy blue flag beach a favourite with families. Then there’s the wide panorama of St Bride’s Bay which the Park overlooks, an ever-changing sky and seascape. And there’s the atmosphere of relaxation and liberty to come and go as you please.
Attention to detail is apparent wherever you turn. There’s a children’s playground on the Park, for the times when they want to stay close at hand. There’s a launderette. And the flowers carefully planted around the site add a welcome, homely touch.
We are set in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and adjoining us are 26 acres of National Park managed woodland trails. You can follow the stream on our northern boundary which meanders through woods and alongside open fields. In early Spring, feast your eyes on the snowdrops, in early Summer comes a carpet of bluebells; and Autumn sees a rich tapestry of leaves turning from sunset to gold.
The Pembrokeshire Coast has a very equable climate, there are few frosts or snowfalls, so long mild autumns and early springs with their abundant carpets of wild flowers prevail.
This climate is ideal for sportsmen and if you are a golf fanatic you have six courses to choose from – Milford Haven, Haverfordwest, Tenby, Pembroke, St Davids and Newport. Haverfordwest, a market town, is only six miles from Broad Haven.
In Broad Haven itself we have grocery shops and newsagents where you will be able to find most of your daily requisites as well a beach shop, cafe and pubs.