Public well being officers have urged folks to solely go to the closest park to train in a bid to resolve confusion over lockdown guidelines.
Authorities rules, meant to cease the unfold of the coronavirus, state that individuals ought to keep at residence as a lot as potential however restrict themselves to train as soon as a day of their space.
Nonetheless, the time period 'native' has not been outlined in legislation and there have been circumstances of individuals from Leicestershire going to Calke Abbey Nationwide Belief park throughout the border in Derbyshire and being inflicted a positive by the police.
Managers are more and more annoyed that many individuals search to push the boundaries of restrictions moderately than prohibit their actions.
Professor Ivan Browne, director of public well being at Leicester Metropolis Council, informed LeicestershireLive: 'This is applicable to everybody.
“You possibly can't do what you usually do.
“Bradgate Park could also be nicer than the park closest to me, however these are uncommon instances so we should always go to the park closest to us for this train.
"There’s a private duty, a household duty, to say which means to me, and I shouldn't journey any additional than needed."
Mike Sandys, Leicestershire County Public Well being Director, added: 'There’s what’s throughout the scope of the legislation, however then it’s a must to ask your self if you’re making 30 mile journeys.
"For me, that is the fallacious factor to do and I hope folks understand morally and virtually what is suitable and what’s not."
Parkings in Leicestershire Nationwide Parks and Magnificence Spots stay open, however County Council Chief Nick Rushton has stated folks shouldn't take this as a allow to get there.
He stated: 'I do know Derbyshire Police issued fines yesterday for folks visiting Calke Park and I do know a woman who had pushed there from Coalville and she or he was fined.
He stated he requested the Leicestershire Police what method they have been taking, including: 'In the intervening time they don’t seem to be taking the identical techniques as Derbyshire.
“Individuals should respect their ethical responsibility and be cheap.
“This isn’t a police state.
"We’re not requested to remain regardless of ourselves, however to remain for our personal good and for the great of all of us."
He stated that the place the parks have been open, their parking tons would stay open.
He stated: "I don't wish to harass the police to cope with the inappropriate parking that might happen if we shut the parking tons."
Leicestershire Police Deputy Chief Constable Kerry Smith stated: 'We wish to encourage folks to remain residence as a lot as potential and perceive the the reason why they’re allowed to go away the home.
"All of us have a private duty to forestall the unfold of the virus utilizing our widespread sense."
She stated the pressure had issued 939 Covid violation penalty notices because the begin of the pandemic.
She added: “We interact, encourage and clarify to folks what the principles are and, the place acceptable, we impose mounted penalties.
"We’ve had a pointy enhance within the calls reported to us."
A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Well being and Social Affairs stated: “The time period 'native space' on this context has not been legally outlined.
"Nonetheless, folks should be sane about this – when you depart your property for a permitted purpose, it’s a must to stay native within the village, city or a part of city the place you reside – until it’s. # 39; there’s a legitimate purpose for not doing it (eg it’s a must to journey additional for work or to keep away from harm). "