IS it wrong that people are seeking clarification from the police on the lockdown exercise rules?

The previous day, it was reported that lockdown guidance on included that you can exercise in countryside accessible to the public, forests and the grounds to a heritage site.

It also said that if you need to travel you should stay local, meaning avoiding travelling outside of your village, town or the part of a city where you live.

To my mind, and clearly to many others, this does not stack up.

How often are countryside accessible to the public, forests or grounds to a heritage site to be found in a village, town or parts of a city? It's no wonder people are contacting the police 'in droves'. I suggest these are not selfish people who are trying to bend the rules: they simply want to understand them.

Anne Rylatt