SOUTH WALES POLICE STEP UP PATROLS AFTER BEACH AND HILL WALKING VISITS INCREASE
South Wales Police have received numerous reports of crowds of people at beaches and other beauty spots across South Wales.
Now they say they are going to step up patrols, especially on New Years Day, a day known for outdoor pursuits.
The police have said:
“Please remember that Welsh Government restrictions state that exercise should start and finish at your home – you shouldn’t be driving to these places.
“We know it’s hard, but we urge you to do all you can to help prevent the spread of COVID19
“We have stepped up patrols and will be stopping cars to check whether the journey is essential.
“Please understand that we are doing our best. However, we can’t be everywhere all of the time, it’s up to us all to do the right thing.”
The police received hundreds of reports of flouters over the Xmas period in South Wales including travelers from England arriving in minibusses.
Now heavy fines are expected to be distributed to all flouters in Wales.
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