Indoor Venues Reopening This Week

Listed below are a few venues that you will be able to enter on & after May 17th. Please bare in mind I won’t have remembered every single venue off the top of my head so feel free to comment. Please check individual venue pages for confirmation, booking and further details, most are available on Facebook.

Ashby Lodge

The Black Door

Mary Rose Bar

Class 6

Cafe Indie – Thursday 20th May
10am-10pm Thursday to Sunday.

Lord Roberts (Bobs)

Old Farmhouse

The Priory

The Comet

Bird In The Barley– Messingham
Tues 18th May

The Wortley House Hotel

The Lincoln Imp

The Crown Inn Ashby

The Iron Forge

The Anchor

The Beckwood

The Honest Laywer

The Queensway

The Royal Hotel

The Black Beauty

Heslam Park ✔️
Yearly membership £15

The Crown – Messingham

The Warren Lodge ✔️

The Hope & Anchor – North Ferriby

The Horn Inn- Messingham

The White Swan – Scotter

The Chancel

Take a Gander– Burringham

The Ferryboat Bar & KitchenWest Butterwick

The ShiresGainsthorpe

Hirst PrioryCrowle

The Blue Bell Wetherspoons

The Malt Shovel

The Reindeer Inn – Sandtoft ✔️

The Nelthorpe Arms- South Ferriby ✔️

San Pietro

Lucio’s Italian

The Greek Kitchen

The Old School House- Messingham

Maseys Cafe

OTHER VENUES (I.E. Bowling, play and activity)

Scunthorpe Bowl

Normanby Hall indoor attractions

Ashby Bowl

The Arcade Warehouse

Play Avenue

Effective from Monday 17th May

  • People will be able to attend indoor and outdoor events, including live performances, sporting events and business events. Attendance at these events will be capped according to venue type, and attendees should follow the COVID-secure measures set out by those venues.
  • Indoor hospitality venues such as restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes can reopen.
  • Indoor entertainment and attractions such as cinemas, theatres, concert halls, bowling alleys, casinos, amusement arcades, museums and children’s indoor play areas will be permitted to open with COVID-secure measures in place.

Indoor sweaty gigs, Nightclubs, dancing & freedom to wander won’t be making a comeback just yet. *sad face*

Unfortunately In order to reopen venues MUST follow strict guidelines to avoid penalties and further closures so try not to take it out on the venues, it isn’t their rules. So that means face masks still have to be warn whilst entering/exiting or moving around a venue (unless exempt) and service is still limited to table service, track and trace app systems still in place. Capacity and group restrictions still apply. If you are unsure of the rules check the venues pages or the gov website.

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