Police are asking folks to “suppose twice” about visiting a Teesdale magnificence spot after vacationers flocked to the world.
As folks make the most of the hotter climate, Barnard Fort Police say a lot of persons are heading to Low Drive waterfall.
Resulting from heavy congestion on the B6277 Bowlees to Ettersgill Beck Street the police have closed one lane.
In a Fb submit, Barnard Fort Police stated: “We’re nonetheless seeing a lot of folks visiting Low Drive in Teesdale in the present day and as a consequence of heavy congestion on the B6277 Bowlees to Ettersgill Beck Street now we have closed one lane.
“We perceive folks wish to benefit from the sunshine however we’d encourage you to be smart and suppose twice about visiting this space.
“When you do go to, please maintain 2m aside and take your litter dwelling.
“Our PCSOs Liz Finn and Preet Singh are at the moment within the space to provide recommendation and take care of any points.”
It comes after Barnard Fort hit the headlines following a go to from the Prime Minister’s chief adviser Dominic Cummings.
Cummings advised reporters he made the 60-mile spherical journey from his mother and father’ County Durham farm to Barnard Fort to check his eye-sight after struggling coronavirus signs.
Boris Johnson outlined a variety of new measures that may see the lockdown easing from Monday, with folks from completely different households free to satisfy up in parks and gardens.
The brand new guidelines will permit folks to see each mother and father without delay, or each grandparents without delay.