Coronavirus (covid-19) update - parks now closed - 22 March 2020
Focusing on the health and wellbeing of everyone is our top priority. In response to local reports of people continuing to gather in public places, we have taken the difficult decision to close all country parks effective immediately.
As our parks have many access points and open spaces, we are relying on the cooperation of the public. Our primary concern is your safety. Our moves have been to support social distancing, protect health and wellbeing and avoid mass gatherings. We have taken action to restrict the growing number of people visiting and gathering in groups. There are still ways to access our parks and open spaces on foot etc., but if you choose to do so, then please observe social distancing and remain at least 2 metres apart from others.
We’re encouraging all our visitors to stay safe in these unprecedented times by keeping up to date with the latest government guidance at www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Enjoy magnificent views, woodland walks, and open heathland.
Discover the rhododendron labyrinth and the many unique wooden sculptures.
Learn how sheep, protected by alpacas, and cattle help maintain the heathland.
Visit the new children’s play area near the lower car park and discover the hazel maze and log train in the Natural Play Area.
Beacon Hill Cafe
Coronavirus (covid-19) update
Focusing on the health and wellbeing of our staff and customers is our top priority. In line with national guidance and government recommendations we have taken the difficult decision to close Beacon Hill Cafe until further notice.
We’re encouraging all our customers to stay safe in these unprecedented times by keeping up to date with the latest government guidance at www.gov.uk/coronavirus