Indoor entertainment, hospitality venues and all remaining accommodation including hotels, hostels and B&B can reopen from Monday, May 17.
Hugs and indoor gatherings will also be allowed, along with changes to travel and life events.
We'll be bringing you all the latest updates from across the county throughout the day here.
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Step 3: All the latest as restrictions are relaxed further across Lancashire
Last updated: Monday, 17 May, 2021, 13:34
- The UK takes the next step out of lockdown as restrictions are eased further
- What you can do from today
- How Lancashire businesses have prepared for today
- More than 40 pubs and bars set to reopen indoors from today
Alex Hull general manager at Fino Tapas is excited to welcome back customers
Traders raring to go in Fylde as restrictions ease further
Fylde businesses and other venues which have been closed for months are eagerly looking forward to the biggest lifting of coronavirus restrictions yet.
Cafes, restaurants, hotels and pubs among those allowed to welcome back customers indoors today for the first time this year.
Jamie Croasdale, who runs the Black Sheep Tea Rooms in Lytham and St Annes with wife Melanie, said: “We are really looking forward to letting our customers through our doors again.
“With the weather being so uncertain, it will make a big difference and we hope to see a busy few weeks ahead.” - read more