Coronavirus (covid-19) update - March 2021
While England remains in a national lockdown, the advice is to stay at home as much as possible.
On 8 March 2021, step one of the 'Spring 2021 roadmap' came into force bringing some changes to what people can and cannot do.
In addition to exercising as a household or bubble, it is now permitted for an individual to meet up with one other person for recreation and/or exercise – as always, you must keep your distance if the one other person you are meeting is not in your household or support/childcare bubble.
Guidance remains to stay local which means if you’re visiting one of our parks, it should be local to you – in your village, town or part of the city where you live - read the latest government guidance on travel.
Full information on what you can and cannot do can be found on the government website.
Please check our Facebook page for any further updates before you decide to visit.
Thank you for your co-operation and stay safe.
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
Beacon Hill Cafe is currently offering a takeaway service only and is open 9.30am until 3.30pm 7 days per week. Opening hours may vary and visitors are encouraged to check the Facebook page for the latest information.
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/guidance/national-lockdown-stay-at-home