Visitors forced to CLIMB DOWN from top of 200ft-high Blackpool Pleasure Beach rollercoaster

Visitors are forced to CLIMB DOWN from the top of 200ft-high Blackpool Pleasure Beach rollercoaster after it broke down mid-ride The Big One rollercoaster at Blackpool Pleasure Beach broke down today Adrenaline junkies were left stranded at the highest point of the rollercoaster Park staff were forced to scale the rollercoaster before tentatively guiding nervous … Read more

Buckingham Palace visitors can picnic in its gardens for the first time this summer

Visitors to Buckingham Palace this summer will be able to picnic in its gardens and explore the open space by themselves for the first time, the Royal Collection Trust has announced. The traditional summer opening of the palace’s state rooms and themed exhibition, which normally welcomes thousands, has been cancelled for a second year due … Read more

Care home residents will get to see two visitors as lockdown eases from April 12

Care home residents will be allowed to have two visitors from April 12 enabling to see their grandchildren for the first time in months From Monday April 12, care home residents will be allowed two regular visitors They will be able to meet with two nominated friends or relatives indoors and hold hands but guests … Read more

Chinese spy on British visitors: Officials are routinely checked up on, leaked documents suggest

Chinese spy on British visitors: Officials are routinely checked up on when they travel to the country on business, leaked documents suggest Information recorded includes dates of birth and passport numbers Those on database include Margaret Johnson OBE and an Army officer   List also includes 7,600 Uighur Muslims in Shanghai, marked as ‘terrorists’  By Daily … Read more

Countryside Code is updated for first time in a decade to tell visitors how to behave

Visitors to the outdoors are being urged to say hello, smile more, stay on footpaths and always bin their dog’s poo in a new-look Countryside Code.  A refreshed version of the code, which provides advice on how visitors to natural places should behave, is being launched on the 70th anniversary of the booklet’s first publication … Read more

Welsh beauty spots rammed with visitors as the country leads the UK out of lockdown

Welsh beauty spots were rammed with visitors this weekend as the country lead the UK out of lockdown – just days ahead of England’s Stay At Home orders being lifted. Lockdown restrictions were eased in Wales when the ‘stay local’ requirement was dropped on Saturday. Unrestricted travel within Welsh borders is now permitted, and self-contained holiday … Read more

France 23-27 Scotland: Wales WIN the Six Nations as visitors score late try to earn victory France

Never mind the title, France couldn’t even win the match, as Duhan van der Merwe’s dramatic, match-winning, injury-time try in Paris meant a joyous climax to the Six Nations for both Wales and Scotland. Going into this delayed decider needing to win by 21 points and score four tries, France’s ambitions were reduced to dust. … Read more

Well-built visitors in trainers, hard hats and ill-fitting high-vis jackets are seen outside a gym

A gym that was taken to court accused of failing to close during the second lockdown has raised eyebrows as people wearing tracksuits, trainers and ill-fitting high-vis jackets were pictured outside.   Spartans Gym in Southampton had been charged with two counts of failing to comply with reasonable instruction given by a relevant person, and was made … Read more

China will allow visitors into the country – but only if they have had the CHINESE Covid-19 vaccine 

China says it will allow visitors into the country – but only if they have had the CHINESE Covid-19 vaccine Embassies in countries including the US and India said restrictions will ease  Borders will open for those visiting for business or ‘humanitarian needs’ China has not approved any foreign-made jabs and produced four of its … Read more

Viscountess Hinchingbrooke cleaned loos at her family estate for the return of visitors

TALK OF THE TOWN: Aristocrats today must be flexible… Viscountess Hinchingbrooke cleaned the loos and even roped in her mother-in-law, 78, to prepare for the return of visitors to the gardens at their Dorset estate By Charlotte Griffiths for The Mail on Sunday Published: 01:30 GMT, 14 March 2021 | Updated: 01:35 GMT, 14 March … Read more