Due to the current health crisis surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the need for us all to protect the spread. All Caravan Parks and Visitor Accommodation facilities here on Anglesey have been asked by the Council to STOP all visitors from immediate effect. I am sure you will support Pen Parc’s decision in adhering to this instruction with the Closure of the Park until further notice. Hopefully you understand and appreciate the reasoning behind this decision. Measures such as this will help reduce the spread of the virus in the coming weeks. We can look forward to reopening very shortly and welcoming you all back to Pen Parc…… it’s going to be quiet without you all!!! And not in a good way ☹.
If you have any questions, please contact me on 07936 658636
We wish you all the best and please stay safe.
FULL STATEMENT FROM THE ISLE OF ANGLESEY COUNCIL
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – protecting public health on Anglesey We all have an important role to play in the current Coronavirus crisis in protecting our own health and that of the Island’s residents and communities.
We urge you to play your part in stopping the spread of this virus by closing your visitor
accommodation provision. This will ensure as many people as possible adhere to UK and Welsh
Government, and Public Health Wales, guidance to promote social isolation and minimise non-
essential travel. This is a tough but essential message which must be acted upon.
You must STOP visitors coming to your site with immediate effect. The increase in visitors will put an immense extra strain on essential public services, including the local Hospitals and our wider NHS. I would like to reassure you that we are doing everything possible to contain the spread of Coronavirus here on Anglesey, and once this is over, we look forward to working closely with you on welcoming all our visitors back.
Carwyn Elias Jones
Cynghorydd Sir Ynys Môn
Isle of Anglesey County Councillor