More pubs and clubs in Nuneaton and Bedworth have revealed when they plan to re-open after lockdown.
The Nuneaton and Bedworth Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has updated its list of when each venue across the borough proposes to welcome punters back.
According to the government, as part of the cautious easing of lockdown restrictions, pubs with outdoor facilities can re-open on April 12.
Those with only indoor facilities are set to re-open no earlier than May 17.
As we reported, the group has a special ‘Pub re-opening 2021’ section on its website and this has now been updated.
New pubs and dates
- The Manor House (Fillongley) – April 12
- Middlemarch Farm – April 12
- The Royal Oak (Stockingford) – April 12
- The Sunnyside Inn – April 12
- The Coniston Tavern – April 12
- The Whitestone – April 12
- Weavers Arms (Fillongley) – April 12 (reduced hours)
- Weddington Social Club – April 12 – to be confirmed
- The Crew – May 17
- Fox Inn – May 17
- George Eliot Hotel
- Piero Lounge – May 17
- Silk Mill – May 17
- Popworld – June 21
The list of pubs who previously announced their opening dates:
Outdoor only- from April 12
- The Acorn – April 12
- The Anker Inn – April 12
- The Attleborough Arms – April 12
- The Blue Bear – April 12
- Church End Brewery Tap – April 12 (opening times to be confirmed)
- Cottage Inn (Fillongley) – April 12
- The Crows Nest – April 12 (advanced booking required until 19 Apr.)
- The Griffin Inn – April 12
- The Horseshoes – April 15 (reduced hours)
- The Lamb & Flag – April 12
- The Miners Arms (Bedworth) – April 12
- The Newdigate Arms (Bedworth) – April 12
- The Prince of Wales (Bedworth) – April 12
- The Rose Inn – April 12
- Stag & Pheasant – April 12
- Wagon Load of Lime – April 12
- The White Lion (Stockingford) – April 12
Fully Open – from May 17
- The Arches – May 17
- Black Swan in Hand – May 17
- Blue Bear – May 17
- Lord Hop – Late May (to be confirmed).
- Lord Nelson – 17 May (to be confirmed).
The list is being changed all of the time and is subject to removal of restrictions applied under Covid-19 pandemic controls.
For more information, check out the CAMRA website here
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