Welcome to the
Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
The Government is advising that the risk of the coronavirus being passed on to others outdoors is considered to be low as long as people maintain social distancing.
In England you can leave your home to exercise and spend time outdoors for recreation.
Please see the governments latest advice on on access to green spaces
When visiting the Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at this time please:
- Respect local communities and their concerns, please be aware you may need to be prepared to make the necessary decision to turn around if the area or car park looks busy, or is full, and come another time
- The fire risk is currently very high – no fires, no barbeques, no smoking.
- Follow the Countryside Code and always – leave no trace of your vist and put litter in the bin or take it home, keep dog’s under effective control and pick up after them.
The weather has been lovely over recent weeks but it does mean that from the dunes in the South of the #AONB to the bogs in the North everything is very dry. Please take care, the fire hazard is very high 🔥
@allerdale @Allerdalepolice @TMaryporters @allonbyhall1 @SillothTownC https://t.co/NuYlyn4Jjb
The1st phase of meadow restoration starts this week on Crosscanonby Carr NR & Milefortlet 21. It’s part of the exciting ‘Get Cumbria Buzzing’ project which aims to tackle the decline in #bees & other #pollinators.
@allerdale @cumbriawildlife @HeritageFundUK @HighwaysEngland https://t.co/UK59bBp5ct
Our garden waste collections restarted today – thanks to the vast majority of residents who played their part in helping them return successfully by only placing one bin out and ensuring they weren’t too heavy.
Check when your next collection is: https://t.co/XpxpFz9ZWZ https://t.co/3hrA6DlX18