Access To Public Car Parks At 14 Beachside Locations In Cork Are Set to Close

Cork County Council says driving for non essential purposes is not permitted as part of the Covid 19 public health measures

 


 
The Council's chief executive Tim Lucey says driving for non essential purposes is not permitted as part of the Covid 19 public health measures and as the Easter weekend approaches the Council took the decision to implement these closures so people outside the immediate 2km area should not visit public beaches or other amenities at this time.

The four entrances to Youghal beach will be closed as will access to Claycastle and Garryvoe and listeners are reminded that the Ballycotton Cliff Walk also remains closed.
 
In Carrigaline, access to Fountainstown Beach is to be closed and the two public car parks at Garrylucas beach will close.
 
In West Cork, Barleycove, Garnish, Tragumna, Lough Hyne, The Warren, Inchydoney lower car park, Owenahincha and Long Strand will all be closed.
 

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