Greene King pubs in Blackpool, Preston and Chorley to reopen in time for Bank Holiday – full list

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The Yarrow Bridge in Chorley, the Guild in Preston and the Cherry Tree in Blackpool will reopen on Thursday, April 29

They are among 106 pubs across the country opening again to customers this week
They are among 106 pubs across the country opening again to customers this week

A pub retailer and brewer is reopening three more Lancashire venues in time for the Bank Holiday weekend.

Greene King has today (April 26) confirmed that establishments in Blackpool, Chorley and Preston will open on Thursday (April 29) coronavirus restrictions ease.

They include the Yarrow Bridge in Chorley, the Guild in Preston and the Cherry Tree in Blackpool.

They are among 106 pubs across the country opening again to customers.

In total, 558 Greene King pubs will reopen outdoors in England from April 29, as the company aims to reach its goal of normal trading by June.

Customers will be able to book a garden table online, although Greene King bosses say people will also be welcome to visit the pub outdoors without an advance booking.

Some pubs will have reduced opening hours and menus.

Greene King chief executive Nick Mackenzie said: “We are really pleased to be able to reopen further pubs outdoors and welcome back more our customers in time for the bank holiday weekend.

“Sadly, we are still not able to open a larger amount of our estate in April, but we know the vital role pubs play in communities and feel it’s important to open as many as we can to help people get back together once again.

“We are still looking forward to Monday 17 May when we will be able to open many more of our pubs, and the all-important return to normality in June when the restrictions are fully removed, and we can start to rebuild our businesses. Until then, we hope for good weather for the bank holiday and onwards!”

Customers are encouraged to guarantee their place in a Greene King pub garden by booking from 2pm tomorrow (April 27) to ensure they don’t miss out.

The full list of Greene King pubs reopening on Thursday, April 29

Yarrow Bridge (Chorley)

Guild (Preston)

Cherry Tree (Blackpool)

Blackbirds (Flitwick)

Star (Chalton)

George & Dragon (Bedford)

Old Five Bells (Burnham)

Green Man (Lavendon)

Red Lion (Langley)

Pickerel Inn (Cambridge)

Prince Regent (Cambridge)

Fox & Hounds (Longthorpe)

Brighton Belle (Winsford)

Rising Sun Inn (Wistaston

Quayside Inn (Falmouth)

Broadway (Bournemouth)

Jolly Sailor (Poole)

Commodore (Bournemouth)

Druids Head (Brighton)

Sandmartin (Thurrock)

Rose Inn (Great Wakering)

Inn on the Green (Billericay)

Windmill (Upminster)

Rose & Crown (Woodford Green)

Boars Head (Herongate)

Dog & Pheasant (Colchester)

Swan Inn (Stanway)

Copa (Cheltenham)

Hunters Hall Inn (Kingscote)

Five Bells (Finchley)

Colonies (Victoria)

Junction (Clapham Junction)

Lamb & Flag (Westminster)

Prospect of Whitby (Wapping)

Swan (Wimbledon)

Ye Olde London (City-of-London)

Kings Arms (Greenwich)

Vine (Kentish Town)

Rose & Crown (Bury)

Green Posts (Portsmouth)

Bold Forester (Southsea)

County Arms (Winchester)

Emporium (Fleet)

Ship Anson (Portsmouth)

Fishermans Rest (Titchfield)

Royal Oak (Havant)

Old Farmhouse (Totton)

Grandstand (Hereford)

Inn on the Green (Harpenden)

Three Moorhens (Hitchin)

Old Red Lion (Shephall)

Dolphin (Melbourn)

Hare & Hounds (Arreton)

Ryde Castle Hotel (Ryde)

Crab (Shanklin)

Yacht (Bexleyheath|)

William Camden (Bexleyheath)

Kings Arms (Westerham)

Robin Hood (Clifton)

White Horse (Swinton)

Fieldhead Hotel (Markfield)

Blue Anchor (Aintree)

Hare & Hounds (Tarbock)

Torch (Wembley)

Railway Hotel (Greenford)

Royal Oak (Harrow)

Compleat Angler (Norwich)

Waterfront Inn (Diss)

Warren Lodge (Scunthorpe)

Norman Conquest (Middlesbrough)

Windmill Inn (York)

Lendal Cellars (York)

Old Bank (Northampton)

Saracens Head Hotel (Towcester)

Friar Tuck (Arnold)

Starting Gate (Nottingham)

Bystander (Wootton)

Acorn (Bicester)

Lord Nelson (Wantage)

Duke of Monmouth (Oxford)

White Horse (Abingdon)

Jude the Obscure (Oxford)

Prince Of Wales (Didcot)

Ye Olde Cross Keys (Witney)

White Horse (Headington)

George Inn (Bathampton)

Red Lion (Todwick)

Windmill Inn (Werrington)

Chatterly Whitfield (Stoke)

Bull (Newmarket)

Thrasher (Ipswich)

Station (Stoneleigh)

William Garland (Caterham)

Longship (Hebburn)

Ravensworth Arms (Lamesley)

Rose & Crown (Stratford-Upon-Avon)

Pen & Parchment (Stratford)

Cat & Fiddle (Great Barr)

Mulberry (Goring-By-Sea)

Broadwater (Worthing)

Old Punch Bowl (Crawley)

Waterside (Shoreham-By-Sea)

Angel Inn (Rothwell)

Crown (Bradford)

Royal Oak (Marlborough)

Castle Hotel (Droitwich)

Alexandra (Clapham) Takeaway only

Hare & Billet (Blackheath) Takeaway only

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