parks and beaches

Allow single households to use public spaces ( parks and beaches etc) , while maintiaing social distancing from other families. . This could be for picnics or simply enjoying the natural environment, without the pre requisite of excercise, and without limit on their time outside.

Why the contribution is important

To release pressures of lockdown on families and to enable more outdoor time and associated health benefits of this.

by Ccd on May 10, 2020 at 02:59PM

Current Rating

Average rating: 3.8
Based on: 11 votes

Comments

  • Posted by LesFraser53 May 10, 2020 at 15:22

    Yes, but policing essential to avoid close quarter mixing and absolutely no picnicking.
  • Posted by Deedels May 10, 2020 at 17:11

    We have huge open spaces where social distancing is easily maintained and vitamin D is readily available .
  • Posted by KSTEPHEN May 10, 2020 at 21:25

    This should be allowed as long as socially distancing. Police asking you to move on if sitting for 5 minutes in the sun is such a waste of police resources.
  • Posted by Christina May 11, 2020 at 12:04

    Me and my mental health diagnosis REALLY need to be able to sit down for a bit of sun to cope going back home to loneliness. I'm in constant fear of being told off by the police (or strangers) and when it has happened I've gone home in tears and felt like I don't have the right to exist. It's such a waste to go around telling single people far away from others to move on. Focus on the groups instead please when you have no idea of the mental wellbeing in a single person on a bench.
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