The City Centre Welcomes Back Shoppers Under Step 2 Of The Road Out Of Lockdown From The 12th Of April
The shops, pubs, restaurants, cafes, bars and gyms across the city are now able to reopen on Monday the 12th of April 2021 after the second step of the Roadmap Out of Lockdown has been unlocked.
Favourite areas for Liverpudlians to go shopping include areas in the City Centre such as Liverpool ONE, Bold Street, Lord Street and The Met Quarter. As well as in the suburbs such as Smithdown Road, Crosby Village, Allerton Road and Heswall.
Other areas that attract locals to enjoy some delightful food and drink are favourite areas in the City Centre such as Castle Street, The Commercial District, Exchange Flags, The Baltic Triangle and areas in Ropewalks such as Duke Street and Seel Street.
Areas in the suburbs that are cherished by those that love their food and drink include Oxton, Prescot, Formby, Prenton and West Kirby.
Customers are still required to wear masks when entering any premises and are required to sanitise their hands upon entry, as well as regularly whilst shopping.
Indoor dining, cinemas, and other leisure activities that take place indoors are not allowed to open until the third step of the Roadmap Out of Lockdown has been unlocked on Monday the 17th May.
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