More pubs and clubs in Gedling borough announce July reopening plans

 More pubs and clubs in Gedling borough announce July reopening plans

More pubs in Gedling borough have announced reopening plans over the coming days following the decision to lift lockdown restrictions affecting the hospitality industry on July 4.

Inn For A Penny, Carlton

The Inn For A Penny on Burton Road has announced it will be reopening from Saturday, July 4, with normal opening times, which are weekdays and Sunday 12pm-11pm and Friday-Saturday 12pm-12am.

In a post on their Facebook page they wrote: “People inside the pub must remain seated unless going to the toilet. Table service will be provided once ordered and paid at the bar inside the pub.

“We will have a specific area to collect drinks if you wish but you must not stand at the bar. Only time we will accept standing at the bar is to pay and collect a drink.

“Hand sanitising units will be placed around the pub in certain areas which we will advise customers to use often.

“We will no longer be giving out straws so please bring your own if necessary.

They added: “For people who are sitting outside we must let you know that if it rains and there are no seats left inside we will have to turn you away or you will have to wait until a table inside becomes free.

“Thank you in advance for helping to keep the pub safe, we hope this will all come to an end very soon. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to message the Inn For A Penny site.

Landlady Sophie Shepherd outside Inn For A Penny in Carlton
PICTURED: Landlady Sophie Shepherd outside the Inn For A Penny in Carlton

Crossing Club, Netherfield

In a social media post the club wrote: “The committee have decided that the club will reopen from Friday, July 10 on a trial for two days a week with the following times
Friday: 16.00pm – 23.00pm, Saturday 14.30pm – 12am.

“This trial will be reviewed on a fortnightly basis.”

Contact details will have to be provided for track and trace purposes. Those refusing to provide details will not be served.

It’s Inn The Bank, Netherfield

We talked to David Murphy, who runs the pub on Victoria Road, with wife Nicola.

He said they had planned to reopen the pub on July 4, but will now open their doors on Monday July 6.

In a post on Facebook they wrote: “We do not think it’s right to reopen on Saturday but look forward to opening our doors to you all on Monday, 6, with all safety procedures in place.”

The pub’s popular Thursday and Sunday lunch delivery service, which has operated during lockdown is set to continue. Details can be found at the pub’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/thebankinn/

Gedling Eye Reporter

Gedling Eye Reporter

1 Comment

  • Don’t think I’ll bother, sounds like hell.

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