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15 Oct

TRAVELLING TO TATTERSHALL – WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW

The Government has set out new information on local COVID alert levels. This information set out advice for local authorities, residents, and workers about what to do in the event of an outbreak. This includes travel within and outside of your postcode.
The local COVID alert level for the area in which you live can be found on the www.gov.uk website along with further information on each level and what it means.
 
Medium Level
You can still travel and come to park providing:
• You must NOT socialise in groups larger than six, indoors or outdoors. This applies to people in your holiday home and all areas on park.
• If you are dining in any of our restaurants, they will only accept bookings of up to six people and they will also close by 10pm. Please check our website for more specific opening and close times.
• A face covering is required in all venues, including the restaurants, until you are fully seated and ready to eat and drink.
 
High Alert
You can still travel and come to park providing:
• You must NOT socialise with anybody outside of your household or support bubble in any indoor setting – this includes your holiday home and indoor areas on park.
• You must not socialise in groups larger than six, outdoors. This applies to all areas on park including our beaches.
• If you are dining in any of the restaurants, they will only accept bookings for the same number of people in your party (your household or support bubble) and they will also close by 10pm.
• A face covering is required in all venues, including the restaurants, until you are fully seated and ready to eat and drink.
 
Very High Alert
We are sorry to say that you should avoid travelling to Tattershall Lakes Country Park:
• The Government advice is clear that you should avoid travelling outside of your area including staying overnight in another part of the UK. Whilst this, I am sure will be hugely disappointing, we all must do our bit to help stop the spread of the virus.
 
Future Changes
Please note that if your postcode does move to a ‘very high alert’ location in the future, you must try and follow advice and not travel to the park for the period stated. Likewise, should any of our parks be in these areas, we will contact you accordingly.
 
A Few Reminders
• Please remember to complete the track and track when you are on park – it’s very important you do this.
Thank you for your cooperation, if you have any enquiries please do not hesitate to contact me.

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