Police say they have had to warn "too many people" about wearing a mask on a visit to Beaconsfield Services today.

"The restrictions may be easing but we are not safe yet," Thames Valley Chiltern and South Bucks officers said.

"A visit to J2 Beaconsfield Services today we had to remind too many people about wearing masks.

"Please make sure we keep each other safe when we can," they added.

It comes as one reader told the Bucks Free Press they were shocked at how many people were not wearing masks inside the services - which hosts a number of restaurants like McDonald's, KFC and Nando's - when they visited recently.

In England, you must wear a face covering when in shops and supermarkets, shopping centres and premises providing hospitality - unless you have an exemption or you are sitting down to eat.

Police can issue fines of £200 for a first offence of not wearing a face covering.