DORSET Council has once again urged people visiting the county this weekend to head home if it gets too busy.

Temperatures are set to soar this weekend which could see an influx of people visiting the county’s beauty sports.

The council has advised people to be prepared to sit in traffic, make sure they have plenty of water, have face coverings handy, find areas that aren’t so busy and head home if it is too busy to socially distance.

Visitors should “know before you go” and plan ahead before setting off for Dorset.

Councillor Gary Suttle portfolio holder for economic growth and skills at Dorset Council said: “We welcome visitors to our beautiful county, but we want them to be respectful of our local communities by not using disposable BBQs, taking litter home and parking considerately.

“Everyone should still be maintaining social distancing and keeping up with good hand washing practices and using face coverings where appropriate whether on the beach, in a pub or out shopping.”