3154557 To stop the beach marshals, repeat from Dorset coastal influx
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To leave beach-goers, social distancing, to Pick Up when a rescue helicopter landed on Durdle Door beach, hurt be used tombstoners
reserved Parking, fines for illegal Parkers and beach marshals to prevent a repeat of Last Weekend , the influx of visitors to the Dorset Coast .
thousands of combined flows to the Jurassic have been relaxed Coast and Bournemouth Beaches since the lockdown restrictions.
the Current government guidelines That the household can drive any track in England to parks and Beaches .
Jumping out of the limestone arch of Durdle Door .
as the visitors rose to the Jurassic Coast , a Unesco World Heritage site last week.
after a meeting between the Dorset Council, The Emergency services and the landowners, a booking system for Durdle Door Car Park was announced, to "monitor and limit the number of visitors".
the marshals will also be on The Beach to discourage tombstoning and to prevent garbage on the road, while the civilian police officers to fine drivers illegally parked in the road edges.
It is to be hoped, cooler temperatures forecast to reduce for this weekend, figures in the direction of the Coast . thousands of visitors enjoyed Bournemouth in the sun at the beginning of This Week
Dorset Police said on Tuesday, was one of the busiest days received in the last few years, with 419 emergency calls, compared to 265 on the same day Last Year .
police and crime Commissioner Martyn Underhill said, all That planning A Trip should be the "search the conscience".
He Said : "The Problem is The Social distance rule is a guide, from the government, there is no law behind it, therefore, The Police and the local authority cannot enforce - That is what is so frustrating about What Happened Last Weekend . "
Both Dorset councils had concerns That the visit increase Covid was 19 cases in The County .
When asked over the weekend the scenes in Dorset, said on Thursday Downing Street coronavirus briefing, transportation Secretary Grant shapp's: "If we say," stay vigilant, " we did literally stay 2m away from the People - not a risk to spread this and the Hard Work we have all.
"the lifeguards are less around so if you are in The Sea , you take more risk in putting yourself. So There are many sensible reasons not to go to the public Beaches and avoid crowded places. "
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