Coronavirus advice, support and returning to school

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Update on Council services

Parks and open spaces open

Continue to follow the rules to keep yourself and others safe and protect our most vulnerable residents. 

  • Do not leave home if you have any symptoms – fever, coughs, shortness of breath or are self-isolating
  • Always keep at safe distance from anyone outside your household and do not enter if you cannot stay at a safe distance (2 metres) from others
  • Keep your dog on a lead, to ensure you can keep a safe distance from others
  • Dispose of litter and dog mess in bins provided or take it home for safe disposal
  • Follow hygiene advice, avoid touching surfaces (such as benches) and wash your hands as soon as you are back home

You can now do the following, but must follow social distancing guidelines:

  • Exercise as often as you wish
  • Play team sports with up to five other people, from different households
  • Meet up to five people from different households
  • All of our play areas and outdoor gyms are now open.

Please do not:

  • Gather in groups of more than six people from different households – this is prohibited by law
  • Light fires or barbecues, although picnics are allowed

Volunteering in parks and open spaces

If you are not in a high-risk group, there is an opportunity to meet with up to 5 people and undertake a limited set of activities providing they follow government guidance and approval by Lampton Greenspace 360 (GS360).

You can volunteer if:

Please get in touch with if you wish to volunteer, for specific advice dependant on your needs please contact

Advice and guidance for attending allotments

  • Do not visit your allotment if you have coronavirus symptoms or are self-isolating
  • You are still advised not the visit your allotment if you are in a high-risk group
  • Maintain a 2 metre distance from other plot holders, where possible
  • You can visit your allotment with members of your household
  • You can visit your allotment with people outside your household (though not in groups of more than six people) but MUST maintain social distancing. It is still advisable to limit contact with those outside your household.
  • Visits to allotments are not time restricted
  • Keep hand sanitiser with you, use before and after touching any gates/locks or similar
  • Wash your hands with hand sanitiser regularly – ideally take a flask of hot water, soap and paper towels with you
  • Do not wash your hands in the water tanks
  • Avoid touching your mouth and face
  • Do not share tools or other items with fellow plot holder
  • Wash your hands when you get home
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