Follow Government rules and be aware there’s no lifeguard cover if visiting a beach local to you
While there has been a furore this week about people piling on to beaches in the South West, the Government rule is that we can go to the beach as long as we are sensible and socially distance.
So if you are local and feel the need to feel the sand between your toes, why not try one of Cornwall’s nudist beaches where – let’s face it – a two-metre social distancing rule has always been de rigeur.
You don’t want to get too close to a stranger’s bits, after all.
Remember, you should only visit beauty spots such as beaches with people from your own household, or with one person from another household – so long as social distancing rules are adhered to.
It is important to note that if you are meeting someone from another household, there must only be two people meeting at one time.
And also remember, it’s advisable not to venture into the sea as there is no RNLI lifeguard cover at the moment and patrols will be limited through the summer.
Original publication 23 May, 2020
Posted on NatCorn 8th June 2020
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