Pubs, Restaurants and Hairdressers reopen in Wales

From today, pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes in Wales will reopen at last, but only allowed to serve customers outdoors. Major pub chains will probably wait until customers are allowed indoors from 3 August, providing coronavirus cases continue to fall.

Tintern's Royal George opened its beer garden early on Monday morning
Tintern’s Royal George opened its beer garden early on Monday morning

We have several local pubs with large open terraces and beer gardens, so will probably go for a drink later in the week.

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Grade II listed public house on Caerleon High Street, near Newport, Wales. The oldest parts of the building date back to 1219.

Our favourite restaurant Bistrot Pierre does not seem to be reopening today, but as soon as it does, we will be down there.

We’re delighted to let you all know that we’re beginning a gradual re-opening of our Bistrots,

Hairstylists say they are ready to fix DIY lockdown hairdressing disasters when salons and barber shops when they reopen today. Tanya Clement, owner of Pontypridd’s TC Unisex Hair Salon, is expecting a busy day and opened early to cope with demand. “It’s been an absolute nightmare. This is my life, I’ve missed my clients and I’m glad to be back in work,” she said.

Tanya Clement, owner of Pontypridd's TC Unisex Hair Salon
Tanya Clement, owner of Pontypridd’s TC Unisex Hair Salon, welcomed her first customer at 06:30 BST

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