Hopes are raised today as Welsh first Minister Mark Drakeford said self-catering holidays may return for Easter.
Hopes raised for Easter self-catering holidays: This means similar holidays could happen across Britain by April. Mr Drakeford told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme “I met our tourism taskforce yesterday, and we’ll be having some detailed discussions with them now over the next couple of weeks to see if there’s anything that we might be able to do around the Easter period.
The most that would be would be the reopening of self-contained accommodation where there aren’t shared facilities and there isn’t social mixing. But if we could do that, I know that that would be a boost to the industry and a big boost to hundreds of thousands of families in Wales for whom going down the caravan for a few days or a break would be a very welcome prospect.”
As Wales have been stricter on travel rules during the pandemic this news means hope for the rest of the UK. The news comes just days before Boris Johnson unveils his “roadmap” for bringing England out of lockdown.
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