Guide East Devon residents Coronavirus update - 3 July 2020

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3. East Devon District Council to re-open its skate parks and multi-use games areas (MUGAs) from Monday 6 July

Four skate parks and 12 multi-use games areas (MUGAs) will be re-opening to the public from Monday (6 July)

As part of the easing of restrictions, and following a rigorous risk assessment of skate parks and MUGAs, click on the read more for the list of sites that will re-open from Monday.

Skate parks: Budleigh Salterton (Lime Kiln); Exmouth (Phear Park); Honiton (Allhallows) and Seaton (Underfleet).

Multi-use games areas: Phear Park, Exmouth x 2; Liverton Copse, Cumberland Close, Exmouth; King George’s Field, Carter Avenue, Exmouth; The Crescent, Exmouth; Foxhill, Axminster; St Mark’s, Honiton; Davey Playing Field, Honiton; Thorne Farm Way, Ottery St Mary; All Hallows, Honiton; Winter’s Lane, Ottery St Mary and Greenway Lane, Budleigh Salterton.

New signage will be required to be in place to remind people to maintain social distancing, to wash their hands thoroughly before and after their visit, to take their own hand sanitiser wherever possible and not to eat and drink whilst using play equipment. We are also asking people take your litter home or to dispose of litter in the bins provided, be considerate of other park users and if any play area appears busy, they should come back at a later time.