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Parks: changes due to coronavirus (COVID-19)

Parks: changes due to coronavirus (COVID-19)

What you can do in parks and which park facilities are closed.

What you should and shouldn’t do when using Bristol parks

You should:

  • go to a park alone, or with someone from your own household or support bubble, or with one person from another household, more information on meeting others is on GOV.UK
  • try to stay 2 metres away from other people
  • leave the park if it’s too busy
  • keep dogs under control at all times
  • respect park staff

Don't go to a park if you have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19). 

Public toilets in parks

Public toilets are open in: Ashton Court, Blaise Castle Estate, Oldbury Court Estate, St George Park, St Andrews Park, Brandon Hill Park, Snuff Mills, Canford Park, the Downs and Redcatch Park.

All other park toilets are closed.

Guidance for using public toilets in parks

You should:

  • let other people leave toilet buildings before you go in, wait away from the entrance
  • use the hand sanitiser provided before and after you use the toilets
  • wash your hands for at least 20 seconds and dry them on paper towels
  • put used paper towels  in the bin, don't touch the bin with your hands

You shouldn't go into toilet buildings with people from other households.

Play areas

Only one adult per household can accompany their children in a play area.

You should:

  • let others leave before you go in the play area if it's busy, wait away from the equipment
  • bring and use hand sanitiser regularly
  • leave if the play area is too crowded
  • not bring food or drink into the play area

Park facilities

Some park facilities are closed to help reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Open facilities

Closed facilities

  • Cabot Tower
  • St Andrews Park paddling pool
  • Netham pavilion
  • Football changing rooms 
  • Cricket and ‘last man standing’ cricket
  • Ashton Court miniature railway 

Volunteering in parks

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