Porthkerry and Barry Footpath Closures Introduced to Curb Spreading of Coronavirus

  Posted: 24.03.20 at 15:38 by The Editor

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The Vale of Glamorgan Council has announced the closure of a number of footpaths in the wake of coronavirus legislation to stop the spread between members of the public.

The Welsh Government has introduced emergency regulations, (The Health Protection (Coronavirus: Closure of Leisure Businesses, Footpaths and Access Land) (Wales) Regulations 2020), that require local authorities to close footpaths and other rights of way where use poses a high risk to the spread of coronavirus.

A number of footpaths are being closed around Atlantic College, Cosmeston, Dunraven Bay, Ogmore-by-Sea and Porthkerry:
• Bridleway 9, St Donats
• Restricted Byway 10, St Donats
• Footpath 12, Penarth
• Restricted Byway 13, 14, Penarth
• Footpaths 3, 4, Lavernock
• Footpath 2, Sully
• Footpaths 16, 18, St Brides Major
• Footpaths 38, 44, St Brides Major
• Footpaths 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 73, Barry
• Footpaths 7, 8, Porthkerry
• Footpath 17, 20, Penmark
• Restricted Byway 6, Porthkerry

For more information click here to go to the Vale Council website.

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