Coronavirus Update 4th December 2020
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 4th December 2020
Finally some good news.
“We’re good to go”
The Welsh government has finally opened the Welsh border and is allowing people to visit and stay in their caravans. This however is only for people from Tier 1 and Tier 2 areas, people from Tier 3 areas remain prohibited. The advise is basically that you are permitted to visit if from a Tier 1 or 2 area but it is still unadvisable due to the risks involved. Please consider your options carefully but we will not be turning people away.
Please see their statement below:-
I do not live in Wales, can I travel to Wales for a holiday or to visit
family and friends?
Travel into Wales from tier three areas in England, level three and four areas in Scotland and from Northern Ireland is not allowed at present, without a reasonable excuse, for example travelling for work purposes. Visiting family and friends (other than as part of an extended household) or having a holiday is not currently considered a reasonable excuse, although we hope to be able to welcome you in the not too distant future.
Visitors from other parts of the UK are not prohibited in law from entering Wales. But as coronavirus cases are high in Wales, we encourage everyone to think carefully about our own lives and what changes we can make to reduce our risk. This includes thinking carefully about travelling. The virus thrives wherever and whenever we are in close contact with others.
In particular, we strongly advise that people living in tier two areas in England or areas in Scotland in level two do not travel to Wales because of the wider risk of catching and spreading the virus to areas of lower risk.
We look forward to seeing you once again.
Please telephone us if you want to discuss anything.
Guy, Dianne, Mark and Karen