National Trust – Free Entry to Gardens & Parks

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National Trust – Free Entry to Gardens & Parks

Published at 10:56am 20th March 2020.

The National Trust have put out a message that they are aiming to open many of their Gardens and Parks for free in order for people to make use of their outside spaces. This could be perfect for people that need to get out and about for some fresh air in a wide open space. Most are also suitable for walking dogs.

This will still mean for people to follow Government guidance and use social distancing, and to help with this, the Trust will be closing their houses, cafe’s and shops this week until further notice.

There’s a range of National Trust locations around Cornwall, a full list of which can be found on the National Trust website.

However, they have added for people to not travel to any site without checking its website first.

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