THE National Botanic Garden of Wales will open to the public again from Monday.

A spokesman for the garden thanked their members, visitors, staff, volunteers and friends for sticking with them throughout the enforced closure during the coranavirus.

They added: "With 568 acres, we’re more than confident we can meet all the social-distancing guidelines but you will notice some changes which are designed to keep everyone safe.

"For instance, we are asking that, when you park your car, you leave a whole space between you and the next car.

"We’ll be there to help you.

"As we carefully control the flow of visitors, there may be some queuing so please look for the safety signs and follow the guidance – once again, we will be on hand to help if you have any questions.

"If you are a Member, don’t forget to dig out and dust off your membership card and bring it with you. It’s your ticket into the Botanic Garden."

The National Botanic Gardens will be open between 10am and 6pm for seven days a week.

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