After the hot weather last year saw hundreds flock to Ruislip Lido, Hillingdon have confirmed there will be various restrictions to prevent overcrowding.
This decision comes after the site was forced to temporarily close last summer after a lack of social distancing.
The hope is that the restrictions will prevent the same happening this year and allow people to enjoy the Lido.
A spokesperson for Hillingdon Council said: “From Easter, on a trial basis, we will be limiting the number of visitors allowed at Ruislip Lido at any one time to 1,200, and council marshals will be on site to assist.
“This will allow people to keep visiting the Lido, while ensuring everyone remains safe.
“Social distancing remains crucial in all our parks, so please remember to follow the latest government guidance and stay at least two metres apart from anyone you don’t live with. And please help to keep our borough clean and tidy by taking any rubbish home with you.”