Denbighshire County Council and the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB are advising people to plan ahead for Easter visits to county countryside beauty spots.
As the Easter
holiday fast approaches people should check ahead to see if facilities are open
and where possible access quieter sites and walks to help avoid parking issues
and busy periods.
A large number
of countryside beauty spots have become more popular since people were asked to
stay local during the pandemic and drivers are urged to be mindful of finding
suitable areas to park or alternative transport to sites so as not to disrupt
surrounding routes into the areas.
has introduced a series of measures at Moel Famau to relieve congestion in the
area. New double yellow lines are part of a series of measures, including
additional parking spaces and road side parking provision that is hoped to
improve visitor flow.
Last year saw
grid lock as cars parked of the verges blocked the road – and on a number of
occasions preventing emergency vehicles being able to access the area. Parking
enforcement officers will patrol the site.
also urged to respect the countryside and be sensible by parking responsibly,
not littering and only riding bikes on permitted routes.
If the weather
is fine over the period, people ae urged not to have BBQ’s, camping stoves or
campfires on the moorland areas of the AONB because of the significant risk of
Dog owners are
also reminded to act responsibly and keep their pets on leads when walking
through the countryside around livestock especially as lambing season continues
information on planning your trip ahead, visit https://www.clwydianrangeanddeevalleyaonb.org.uk/
and follow the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB on Facebook and