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As of today, 31st July, an outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) has been identified in parts of Greater Manchester, East Lancashire, and West Yorkshire.

Pubs are currently being allowed to remain open, but at the moment, advice is that no households can gather with other households inside venues. To find out more about the areas affected, click on the link below.


We would suggest when taking bookings/greeting guests, you ensure you ask if they are from one household only and ensure you always ask for Track & Trace data.


The fantastic way in which pubs have responded to guidance and made their venues safe for visitors is key to the survival of our industry and is the reason that blanket closures have not taken place.


As of today, 31st July, Leicester's pubs and restaurants are set to reopen on Monday 3rd August.

To find out more, click on the link below, but at the moment, advice is that no households can gather with other households inside venues.


We would suggest when taking bookings/greeting guests, you ensure you ask if they are from one household only and ensure you always ask for Track & Trace data.


The fantastic way in which pubs have responded to guidance and made their venues safe for visitors is key to the survival of our industry and is the reason that blanket closures have not taken place.