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Thursday, August 13, 2020

Was it too early to reopen pubs, restaurants and hairdressers? Tell us what you think in our survey

Pubs and restaurants around Gloucestershire opened their doors on Saturday for the first time in months following a blockade.

However, they didn’t look the same as the announcement, which was made last month, gave business owners across the county a chance to make their businesses “safe”.

This included introducing security measures such as perspex screens, creating cash-only places, and implementing social exclusion measures among other things.

Other places that have been told that they are allowed to reopen include hotels, barbers and hairdressers.

But while there are some who can’t wait to go back to the pubs and get their hands on a refreshing pint, or those who desperately need a haircut, there are those who are a little more cautious, including some Gloucestershire companies that have decided that despite government advice, they are not yet ready to reopen.

We created a survey to find out what you think of the reopening of leisure and hospitality activities this weekend.

We are covering the reopening of live hospitality activities on the Gloucestershire Live website here, so join us to see all the reaction during the day and night.

And if you’re going out, post your photos to Gloucestershire Live on Facebook.

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