The lockdown rules from Monday April 12: What you can and can't do in Worksop
Lockdown restrictions will be eased further on Monday April 12 under step two of the Prime Minister’s roadmap.
The following are set to reopen from Monday 12 April:
All retail. Many clothing shops will be opening their changing rooms for the first time in over a year. Pubs, restaurants and cafes – with outdoor seating only. No requirement for a substantial meal to be served alongside alcohol, and no curfew. Gyms and other indoor leisure (limited to household groups). Hairdressers, salons and other personal care businesses. Self-contained holiday accommodation, like cottages.
Outdoor attractions like zoos and theme parks. Libraries and community centres. The maximum number of people at weddings and wakes will be expanded to 15. Domestic holidays will be allowed, but only with members of the same household or support bubble. All children’s activities, including indoor parent and children groups with up to 15 parents, will start up again. The rule of six will remain in place outdoors, with mixing still banned indoors.
Step three of the roadmap is scheduled for May 17.