Scots soak up the sun after easing of lockdown restrictions

On Saturday, people flocked to parks and beaches to safely reunite with family and friends.

Scots soak up the sun after easing of lockdown restrictions SNS

Scots have been out soaking up the sun following the easing of the coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

On Saturday, people flocked to parks and beaches to safely reunite with family and friends.

Golfers returned to their local courses, whilst shoppers paid a visit to newly reopened garden centres.

Bass Rock: These youngsters enjoyed making a splash in North Berwick.
Paddling on: This couple cooled off in Gourock.
Sailing on: A yacht passed through Gourock Bay.
Gone fishing: These fisherman enjoyed casting off on the Largs waterfront.
Beside the sea: Pedestrians took a walk down Largs waterfront.
Ice cool: This couple enjoyed a sweet treat in Largs.
Park life: Members of the public flocked to The Meadows in Edinburgh.
Game on: Members of Meadows Croquet Club got out on the green.
Tee off: These players at Luffness New Golf Club enjoyed getting back out on the course.
On Your bike: This cyclist passed through Gullane in East Lothian.
Green-fingered: Shoppers visited the newly reopened Cardwell Garden Centre.

On Friday, the gradual route out of the Covid-19 lockdown began.

Scots are now allowed to meet friends or relatives from one other household outdoors as long as they stay two-metres apart.

People are also permitted to go outside as much as they like to sit and sunbathe in parks and other public spaces.

For more information, go to gov.scot/coronavirus-covid-19.

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