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Wollaton Park staff remind Bank Holiday visitors to take their rubbish home

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Staff at Wollaton Hall and Deer Park in Nottingham sent the message to people thinking of visiting over this weekend.

The statement reads:

‘ We love to look after Wollaton Park, so that everyone can enjoy exercise & fresh air (with 2M social distancing!)

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‘As we head into bank holiday, we often see more visitors. We would like all visitors to help us keep the park tidy by taking rubbish home where you can.

‘We’re also reminding all customers that barbecues are not allowed in the park & to keep a safe distance from all deer, as many are in calving season.

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Deer rut at Wollaton Park
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‘Just a few ways we can all keep the deer & wildlife content & healthy as they roam freely in the park.
As always, for all service updates please see our dedicated coronavirus page and check before each visit: www.wollatonhall.org.uk/coronavirus

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