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Haverhill Park's reopened

West Suffolk Council is starting to open the play areas in town. See below for more details and please be patient as they are working hard to make sure all areas abide by current government guidelines.
Haverhill play areas now open:
East Town Park
Castle Playing Fields
Haverhill Rec
Howe Road
Strasbourg Square
Haverhill play areas being sorted out this week ready for the weekend:
Alderton Close, Haverhill, CB9 7RA
Allington Walk Pocket Park, Haverhill, CB9 9AT
Allington Walk, Haverhill, CB9 9AT
Bramley Road, , Haverhill, CB9 9PR
Clover Field, Haverhill, CB9 9QE
Hales Barn Road Pocket Park, Haverhill, CB9 9SE
Hales Barn Road, Haverhill, CB9 9SE
Henry Close, Haverhill, CB9 9PU
Hopton Rise, Haverhill, CB9 7FS
Jubilee Park, Claredon Road, Haverhill, CB9 8LL
Julian Close, Haverhill, CB9 0NN
Lavender Field, Haverhill, CB9 9QD
Lowry Close, Lowry Close, Haverhill, CB9 7GH
Quendon Place, Girton Road, Haverhill, CB9 0JU
Raine Avenue, Haverhill, CB9 9QF
York Road, Wellum Close, Haverhill, CB9 8JE
The specific advice for using play areas is that parents are asked to supply their own hand sanitiser and to remind children about maintaining their distance.
The general advice is:
Keep two metres apart, but where this isn’t possible keep a social distance of ‘one metre plus’, this means keeping to guidelines set out by Government such as wearing a mask.
Two households of any size will be able to meet indoors or outside.
People from multiple households can meet outside in groups of up to six – but two households can meet regardless of size.
More businesses can reopen including restaurants, pubs, hairdressers, libraries, museums, some leisure facilities, tourist attractions and holiday accommodation providing they follow safety guidelines.
Advice on reopening play areas: we are working as quickly as we possibly can to complete the work necessary to maintain social distancing in the 200 play areas the council maintains across West Suffolk. This may mean, for example, that where two swings are next to each other one may have to be removed for the time being.