Welsh anglers are being requested no longer to fling to a park on the English border.
There are two fishing lakes at Broadstone Park, between Coleford in Gloucestershire and Monmouth in Wales.
Park and campsite proprietor Jeff Revill acknowledged: “I’ve had a great deal of calls but if I know they are travelling from Wales, I’d yelp ‘no’.”
Mr Revill says the England-Wales border runs just correct via the centre of the park and campsite.
“The fishing ponds are a couple of metres inside of England and one of many banks is in Wales,” he acknowledged.
“More generally than no longer, it has a novelty to it. Of us come from Wales and England camping and a few take to camp of their very hold nation and a few take to ‘slip in a foreign country’.”
Below the newly relaxed coronavirus laws in England, travelling to thrill in activities including angling is allowed, either with people of your hold family or with one other particular person from one other family.
In Wales, police serene comprise the energy to aesthetic folks for making non-very most well-known journeys and angling must be carried out within the neighborhood.
Mr Revill acknowledged he used to be telling Welsh anglers they had been “most practical off staying and fishing in Wales”.
“As quickly because it used to be launched that you would possibly presumably per chance per chance fish, I used to be getting calls,” he acknowledged.
“But we’re being very, very strict and limiting what number of people come fishing at any one time so it’s some distance simple to shield just correct social distancing.
He added that it used to be as a lot as anglers from Wales to bewitch whether to fling to Broadstone Park, but acknowledged he would “reasonably they did not, and shield to the instructions”.