“With a huge collective effort in respecting our national parks right now, they can be protected and will be there for us all to enjoy far beyond this current coronavirus crisis, including a responsible and vital return for our tourism sector.
“Those who live and work in our communities are already working hard to ensure there will be a warm welcome so our National Park can equally be enjoyed safely by everyone.”
The Peak District national park closed most of its facilities on March 18, days before the UK-wide Government lockdown.
Bike hire facilities, public toilets, and visitor centres remain shut, alongside food and drink concessions.
Published at Sat, 16 May 2020 10:04:00 +0000