The rules don’t change because it’s a bank holiday weekend.
In Wales, all non-essential travel must still be avoided.
Staying away from the place you live, without a reasonable excuse, remains an offence.
Our beauty spots will still be there later.
For now, #StayHomepic.twitter.com/wT9Kt1OYSm
Tombstoning and swimming are prohibited at Blackweir Bridge.
Hidden objects are extremely dangerous and cold water shock can KILL. It only takes half a pint of water to enter your lungs to start drowning.
Stay safe, stay out.
Hello 😊 In response to coronavirus we are cancelling our public and visitor activities in the Senedd and Pierhead for a little longer - until 30 June. This includes events, visits and exhibitions.
We look forward to welcoming you back soon. Stay safe. Diolch. pic.twitter.com/FyVUf4Z3An
Zillah Bowes' moonlight photographs place people in the land where they are the current and historic custodians
See them in our online exhibition of 'Many Voices, One Nation' at ffotoview.org
Or have a go at taking your own low light photos with @ffotogallerypic.twitter.com/8yJrlstXQP
The Pierhead and Senedd buildings are closed to visitors due to COVID-19.
For updates on the Work of the Senedd follow @SeneddWales
Mae adeiladau’r Pierhead a’r Senedd ar gau i ymwelwyr oherwydd COVID-19.
Am y diweddaraf ar weithredoedd y Senedd dilynwch @SeneddCymrupic.twitter.com/LAmxbvVuEo