IT’s less than a week to go until pubs, restaurants and cafes reopen to customers outdoors – and these County Durham venues are too.
More than 50 pubs across the county have confirmed their plans to reopen outdoors, making full use of their beer gardens and outside space on April 12.
The majority of these venues have been listed by Durham’s Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), which has also been asking publicans whether they are reopening.
The reopening of the hospitality sector outdoors coincides with the recent easing of rules on who you can and cannot meet.
The rule-of-six made a return on March 29 – meaning up to six people can now meet, or two households, in any outdoor space including beer gardens.
See what is confirmed so far…