The article focuses on the unequal access to parks and greenspace within society.

Noting with reassurance that the government has recognised the value of urban green spaces and ordered councils keep parks open. The pressure on these spaces in some communities demonstrates both their lack, and their importance. Ensuring safe access to green spaces with appropriate social distancing may require additional supervision and monitoring of parks, perhaps engaging and drawing on local “friends” groups and volunteers.

Access to high quality green space is not equally driven, with disadvantaged communities having significantly less access, not only to their own gardens or other outside space.

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