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Wetherspoon Announces Plans To Reopen Dozens More Pubs In England From Monday

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Wetherspoon Announces Plans To Reopen Dozens More Pubs In England From Monday

Wetherspoon is set to open more pubs across the country next Monday, as lockdown continues to ease across the country.

A further 44 boozers across England will be opening for business from April 26th, in addition to the 394 which opened last week.

The new pub openings include those in Guildford, Ilkeston, Lincoln, Morecambe, Camborne, Driffield, Nottingham, Reading and London.

And that's not all, Wetherspoon is also set to go ahead and open 60 of its pubs in Scotland and 32 in Wales next week, and three pubs in Northern Ireland on April 30.

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That means a total of 533 of the company's 871 pubs will be open again by the start of May.

Your local pub could be opening next week (Credit: Unsplash)
Your local pub could be opening next week (Credit: Unsplash)

In yet more good news, all the pubs opening on Monday, and those that opened previously on April 12th, will also be extending their opening times for an hour each day.

In line with lockdown guidelines, customers will be able to enter the pubs to gain access to the outside area and also to use toilets, but indoor seating won't yet be permitted.

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Wetherspoon chief executive John Hutson said: "We are looking forward to opening the extra pubs in England as well as those in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

"We look forward to welcoming our customers and staff back to our pubs."

Drinkers can now enjoy a pint in beer gardens again (Credit: Unsplash)
Drinkers can now enjoy a pint in beer gardens again (Credit: Unsplash)

Find a list of the next batch of pubs opening in England below:

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Opening Monday

  • MUW, Leicester Square
  • Last Post, Southend
  • Wetherspoons, Milton Keynes
  • Richard John Blackler, Liverpool
  • Reginald Mitchell, Hanley
  • Grey Friar, Preston
  • Three Magnets, Letchworth
  • Thomas Sheraton, Stockton
  • Skylark, Croydon
  • William Jameson, Sunderland
  • Red Lion, Skegness
  • Rising Sun, Redditch
  • Rodboro Buildings, Guildford
  • Friar Penketh, Warrington
  • Holland Tringham, Streatham
  • Swan Inn, Weymouth
  • Hope Tap, Reading
  • Gate Clock, Greenwich
  • Lord John, Stroud
  • Paramount, Manchester
  • Observatory, Ilkeston
  • Mockbeggar Hall, Wirral
  • Rockingham Arms, Elephant & Castle
  • Mail Rooms, Ross On Wye
  • Rupert Brooke, Rugby
  • Columbia Press,Watford
  • Goodmans Field, London
  • Plough, Hammersmith
  • Ivy Wall, Spalding
  • Fall Well, Liverpool
  • Square Sail, Lincoln
  • Amber Rooms, Loughborough
  • Eric Bartholomew, Morecambe
  • Clairville, Wallasey
  • Wallaw, Blyth
  • Old Market Hall, Mexborough
  • John Francis Basset, Camborne
  • Sir Michael Balcon, Ealing
  • Benjamin Fawcett, Driffield
  • Man in the Wall, Wimborne
  • William Withering, Wellington
  • Butter Cross, Bingham
  • Trent Bridge Inn, West Bridgford
  • High Main, Byker
  • Six Gold Marlets, Burgess Hill
  • Lady Chatterley, Eastwood
  • Hope & Champion, Beaconsfield
  • Rose and Crown, Maldon

Opening 5th May

  • MUW, Hounslow
  • Lloyds, Nottingham
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You can find the pubs that opened on April 12th listed here.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Tasty Food, Tasty Drink, Tasty

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