Visitors to North Yorkshire's beauty spots urged to 'do the right thing'

People visiting North Yorkshire's beauty spots are being urged to "do the right thing" by parking responsibly, taking litter home and respecting local communities.

North Yorkshire’s Local Resilience Forum say they want to remind people that "coronavirus has not gone away and it can still be passed on to family and friends" despite the relaxation of some restrictions.

The reminder comes after the bank holiday weekend saw North Yorkshire Police issue 52 fines for breaches of the coronavirus regulations in addition to issuing over 30 traffic offence reports following the emergency closure of a moorland road.