Tonnes of people hit Wimbledon Common on their first weekend since lockdown was partially eased.

Pictures show just a fraction of Wimbledon Common full, with people basking in the sun, enjoying picnics and cycling at the weekend.

The government's latest rules say, in England, you can now: "Spend time outdoors, including exercise, alone, with your household, or with one person who is not in your household as long as you stay two metres apart.

"You can exercise more than once a day, take part in other outdoor activities and drive to outdoor open spaces, irrespective of distance."

Your Local Guardian:

Wimbledon and Putney Common conservators, updated their Covid-19 response last week, which said: "For the safety and well-being of others, please do not visit the Commons if you have been diagnosed with coronavirus or are displaying symptoms of the virus.

"Please note that the Tea Rooms and toilet facilities are currently closed and you should factor that into your visit.

"Social distancing measures have been mandated by the government to reduce social interaction between people to limit the transmission of coronavirus.

"For your own safety and well-being, please follow government guidelines in respect to social distancing and keep at least 2 metres between you and non-household members.

"This is particularly important if you are running or cycling."