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Thursday, May 7, 2020

County ramps up "stay at home" message

* Llangollen and the rest of the county aren't ready for visitors yet.

The ‘Stay at Home’ message is being ramped up in Denbighshire ahead of the bank holiday.

The county council is working closely with the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and other key partners to promote the Stay at Home message, to help protect people’s health and well-being, to protect communities and the NHS.

Residents are encouraged to stay in their local neighbourhood for their daily exercise and visitors are asked to stay away, for the time being.

Councillor Tony Thomas, Cabinet Lead Member for Housing and Communities, said: “We’ve seen the positive impact that social distancing and adhering to national guidelines is having on the spread of coronavirus and we would like to thank people for their efforts. They are making a real difference.

“On occasions we have seen some people visiting some of our beauty spots and we’ve issued appeals for people to stay away.

“We fully appreciate that the great weather is making it very tempting to visit places such as our scenic countryside or our glorious beaches.  

"Denbighshire will be open for residents and visitors soon, but we’re not quite there and we’re asking people to hang in there and to continue following the national guidelines until further notice."

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