Police across our region say - once again - most people listened to messages and stayed at home.
Over the weekend they patrolled beauty spots, but warned some people did still require 'words of advice' for non-essential travel.
Here's some of our favourite Tweets from emergency services in our region over the weekend.
A303 towards Cartgate with Ham Hill in the distance. Not a car in sight on this sunny Sunday afternoon. Thank you for your support in keeping others safe. #3118 pic.twitter.com/Tp3pbudQpp— ASPolice South Somerset (@ASPSouthSom) April 19, 2020
PCSO Nick on solo foot patrol today on the Town Centre & Ashcombe beat in Weston. Nice and quiet on the whole, especially the sea front. Some words of advice given in Clarence Park/s. Thank you for staying at home today. #StayHomeSaveLives #wtcpolice @ASPolice pic.twitter.com/upnVgCm40j— ASPolice North Somerset (@ASPNorthSom) April 19, 2020
PC Lines and PCSO Hooper just leaving the station on bikes to patrol Ninesprings Country Park and Yeovil town centre to continue to offer social distancing advice on this sunny day @SSDCCountryside pic.twitter.com/fsHDkMmaaY— ASPolice South Somerset (@ASPSouthSom) April 19, 2020
PCSO’s Aisha and Teresa have been out patrolling Sandbay and Kewstoke this morning 👋🏼👮🏻♀️— ASPolice North Somerset (@ASPNorthSom) April 19, 2020
Good to see the community continuing to follow the Governments advice 👍🏻 & practicing social distancing 🧍🏻>>>🧍🏼♀️
‼️ Remember #StayHomeSaveLives 🌈 @ASPolice pic.twitter.com/q8sj4TSKUP
With more of us are at home at the moment as well as making sure emergency services can get past your cars easily. Also make sure you have not parked over or too close to a fire hydrant.— Sturminster Newton Fire Station (@DWFRSSNewton) April 19, 2020
The photo shows the equipment we use to supply us with water. pic.twitter.com/3Vu7VPK3hk
Thanks to the #Banwell community for these tasty treats 🍰 for officers at #WsM police station.— ASPolice North Somerset (@ASPNorthSom) April 18, 2020
Thank you Mike, Tracey, Sue, Katie, Jacki, Clair, Sheila & Sue! We really appreciate all people are doing to help us & each other. Stay safe everyone, we're here if you need us! pic.twitter.com/yvacdg3Imt