Pub garden gates and patios are set to reopen next month and people are counting down the days.
Several pubs and restaurants have been taking advanced bookings with some in very high demand, following the announcement of hospitality venues being allowed to reopen outdoors from April 12 at the earliest.
This is only if the key criteria is met, which includes not overwhelming the NHS, a successful roll-out of the vaccine and infection rates decreasing.
The nation and pub-goers have been waiting to visit their local pubs and enjoy a pint with their friends and family for some time, but if all goes to plan then there’s less than a month to wait.
We have listed all the Hertfordshire Wetherspoon, Greene King and Fuller’s pubs which have been confirmed as reopening from next month.
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- The Boat, Berkhamsted
- The Paper Mill, Apsley
Angel Vaults, Hitchin, Hertfordshire
Harpsfield Hall, Hatfield
Three Magnets, Letchworth
Temeraire, Saffron Walden
Waterend Barn, St Albans
Moon and Cross, Waltham Cross
Full House, Hemel Hempstead
Colombia Press, Watford
Moon Under Water, Watford
Hart and Spool, Borehamwood
Admiral Byng, Potters Bar
Standing Order, Stevenage
Six Templars, Hertford
Port Jackson, Bishops Stortford
Manor House, Royston
- Doctors Tonic, Welwyn Garden City
- George IV, Baldock
- Green Man, Great Offley
- Harvest Moon, Bishop’s Stortford
- Old Bell, Hemel Hempstead
- Plume Of Feathers, Tewin
- Punch House, Ware
- Red House, Croxley Green
- Red Lion, Stevenage
- Rye House, Hoddesdon
- Speckled Hen, St Albans
- Swan, Abbots Langley
- Three Horse Shoes, Spellbrook
- Tudor Arms, Watford