As the government’s roadmap out of lockdown continues, a key date for those in England is fast approaching.
Following the loosening of restrictions on 29 March, which meant nearby day trips were possible as the “stay at home” order was replaced with “stay local”, the next big milestone is 12 April.
From this date, restrictions across society will be further eased – some of which apply to travel.
Can I go on holiday within England?
Yes. From 12 April, holidaying is England is once again on the menu, albeit in a limited capacity. From this date, self-contained accommodation, such as holiday cottages and cabins may reopen, as can campsites and caravan parks. However, at the latter, shared indoor facilities, such as shower blocks, must stay shut.
Center Parcs has announced that all its sites will reopen from 12 April with restrictions in place. However, you might be surprised at the places that are staying shut – The Independent has heard of at least one holiday at a self-contained apartment being cancelled by the venue as several apartments shared an entrance and entry corridor.
Although you can go away once again, it must only be with those from your household or support bubble – no indoor mixing is permitted yet…