These are all the places that can reopen and all those that must stay closed from this weekend

This weekend will see lockdown restrictions eased even further, with a whole range of leisure and cultural facilities allowed to reopen for the first time in more than 100 days.

By Matthew Calderbank
Wednesday, 1st July 2020, 4:00 pm
Updated Wednesday, 1st July 2020, 4:51 pm
Pubs in Lancashire can open their days again this Saturday (July 4), as long as they can operate safely and maintain social distancing. Pic: Adam Smyth/Greene King /PA Wire
Pubs in Lancashire can open their days again this Saturday (July 4), as long as they can operate safely and maintain social distancing. Pic: Adam Smyth/Greene King /PA Wire

It means many will finally see a sense of normalcy return to their everyday lives, but some will have to wait a little while longer to enjoy their favourite activities.

This is the full list of all the places that can reopen from Saturday (July 4), and all those that must stay shut until further notice.

All the places that can reopen

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Cinemas, including Vue at Preston's Capitol Centre, will reopen this Saturday (July 4). Pic: Google

- Restaurants, Cafes and Workplace Canteens

- Pubs and bars

- Hotels, hostels bed and breakfast accommodation, holiday apartments or homes, cottages or bungalows, campsites, caravan parks or boarding houses

- Places of Worship

- Libraries

- Community Centres

- Cinemas

- Bingo Halls

- Museums and galleries

- Hair salons and barbers

- Outdoor playgrounds

- Outdoor gyms

- Funfairs, theme parks and adventure parks and activities

- Amusement arcades

- Outdoor skating rinks

- Other indoor leisure centres or facilities, including indoor games, recreation and entertainment venues

- Social clubs

- Indoor attractions at aquariums, zoos, safari parks, farms, wildlife centres and any place where animals are exhibited to the public as an attraction

All the places that must stay closed

While many places have been given the green light to open door again, others will have to remain closed for a while longer.

These are:

- Schools (to most pupils)

- Spas

- Indoor pools

- Bowling alleys

- Nightclubs

- Nail salons

- Soft play areas

- Indoor gyms

- Live theatre performances