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English national parks ask people not to rush back to beauty spots

12.05.2020
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Authorities fear communities could be overrun by visitors after easing of lockdownCoronavirus - latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageNational park authorities in England are telling people not to "rush back", amid fears rural communities living inside the beauty spots could be overrun by visitors.People should "stay local" and think twice before driving to parks, despite lockdown restrictions easing in England, said Kevin Bishop, the national parks officer and chief executive of Dartmoor national park. "We want people to be responsible and respectful. It's a living, working landscape. How would you feel if you suddenly had lots of visitors suddenly descend on your home?" Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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