Just in case you hadn’t seen this message (we hadn’t until we were told about it in a meeting this morning!), Brecon Beacons National Park Authority made the following announced on Friday. Hopefully this might now allow at least a few outdoor providers / staff to start getting back into the hills for re-familiarisation, personal training and perhaps even coaching with local family groups…
“We [have re-opened] access to the central area of the Brecon Beacons National Park from Saturday March 13th.
“We are working to re-open the car park at Craig y Nos Country Park from 10am on Monday 15th March as we need to undertake some work to ensure the country park is once again safe for our local visitors to enjoy. Please be aware however that there will be no toilets, catering nor any other services available at Craig y Nos once the car park opens.
“In addition, due to ongoing building work at the National Park Visitor Centre, toilets will not be available for the time being.
“We will be deploying Meet and Greet staff on the ground to support our Wardens and Information staff.
“Please remember to follow Social distancing rules, Stay Local and Together we’ll Keep Wales Safe.”