PEOPLE jumped at the chance to meet up across Wales yesterday after its lockdown rules were eased.
Four adults from two households can now socialise outdoors — and one quartet did just that beneath brollies in Cardiff’s Bute Park.
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Others headed to Barry Island on the south coast as the “stay at home” message was dropped for “stay local”.
Mother’s Day, is expected to be busier.
Changes have also meant that outdoor sports such as golf and tennis can resume and care home visitors are allowed indoors.
From Monday, all children will be back in primary schools, hairdressers will be open to appointments only and senior schools can bring back Year 10 and 12 pupils back.
First Minister Mark Drakeford will allow holiday lets to re-open in the country from March 27 but has banned English holidaymakers.
Mr Drakeford told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that while the Welsh can go on holiday from Easter, English tourists won't be able to visit until much later.
The move will pile pressure on Boris Johnson to ease restrictions for cooped up people in England.
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