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As summer starts hotting up again minds may well be turning to getting away for a bit after months under lockdown.
But do you think it is safe to head abroad with a pandemic ongoing and the recent rise of infections in Spain? Is there really anywhere you can go without taking a risk on what you’re bringing back?
It’s a debate that has many sides to it, and we’re sure you all have strong opinions on the subject of travel in 2020.
That’s why we’re launching our Big Holiday Survey - a chance for you to share your experiences of either planning or cancelling a holiday.
Whether you’re heading abroad and planning to quarantine after, patiently awaiting last minute news on your still-booked holiday destination or you’ve cancelled already and are fighting for that refund, we want to hear from you.
From Tenerife to Torremolinos, the French Riviera to a week in Florida, tell us all about the trip you should be taking this year - and what’s happening with it now.
We’ll use all your feedback for a story on how Derbyshire feels about taking its holidays abroad this year - or indeed, if you’re planning a staycation in our fair city, or further afield in Scotland.