Updated: Jun 23, 2021
From 17th May 2021 businesses will be able to reopen indoor areas of your venues and applies to:
indoor and outdoor attractions (such as arcades, guided tours, theme parks, family entertainment centres, funfairs, zoos and aquariums).
business events (such as conferences, exhibitions, conventions, consumer/trade shows and other events and meetings)
outdoor events (including shows and fairs, with guidance provided for event organisers and local authorities)
hotels and other guest accommodation (such as self-catering accommodation, B&Bs, camping and caravan parks, hostels, holiday homes, boats and short-term lets), where there are relevant events and activities taking place in that facility.
Restaurants, pubs, bars and takeaway services
Step 3 in the road map out of lockdown will allow businesses to:
You will be able to serve customers in groups of up to 6 or 2 households indoors, or in groups of up to 30 outdoors.
If your venue serves alcohol, table service will be required. Even if no alcohol is ordered, this means customers must order, be served and eat/drink while seated.
If your venue does not serve alcohol, customers can order and collect food and drink from a counter. But they must consume food and drink while seated at a table.
Indoor entertainment is allowed, including soft play areas.
For detailed information on all the changes taking place on 17th May visit: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/working-safely-during-coronavirus-covid-19