Respect Cumbria please

People are being asked to think carefully before visiting Cumbria and the Lake District at the current time.

For those planning a visit, please respect the rules and act responsibly.


If you are out and about, please limit contact with other people from outside your household.


Most people are respecting the government rules and not staying in Cumbria overnight and not wild camping. Please continue to act responsibly.


Anyone can get coronavirus and anyone can spread it. Stay alert by washing your hands. It’s the only way to kill coronavirus. Use hand sanitiser if soap and water are not available.


Please don’t take risks on the fells, on the water or on the roads which could put our emergency services under more pressure.


Please don’t take risks on the fells, on the water or on the roads which could put our emergency services under more pressure. This is was the scene last weekend when services had to rescue kayakers who had got into difficulty.



Please respect the risks, stay well within your ability and take care.


See more advice at https://cumbria.gov.uk/coronavirus/visitors.asp#LakeDistrict#Cumbria

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