Caravan and Camping Sites Able to Re-open on July 4th

Following an announcement from the Prime Minister on 23rd June, accommodation sites in England will be able to re-open from 4th July 2020. This means that the caravan and camping sites in Anderby village and Anderby Creek will once again be able to welcome their caravan owners and touring guests. However, not all sites will be open on this date and if you are planning on coming to your caravan or wish to visit a site then please get in touch with your site’s owners or administration. the 4th July is the earliest date that the sites can open but they are not required to by law. More information about the Government’s announcement can be found on the official site here: PM announces easing of lockdown restrictions: 23 June 2020

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29 June 2020

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