Pubs, intriguing locations, hairdressers and cinemas in England are reopening after three months of coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

Companies must adhere to strict safety measures and social distancing principles.

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Prospects enjoy their hair washed as group wear visors at The Salon Leeds

Other locations now allowed to reopen in England embrace:

  • Outdoors gyms, teens’s playgrounds and other outside areas
  • Libraries, community centres, bingo halls, cinemas, museums and galleries
  • Funfairs and theme parks, amusement arcades, outside skating rinks, social golf equipment and model villages
  • Locations of affection can originate for prayers and services, together with weddings with up to 30 company

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A customer shows off her jewelled David Bowie face keeping at Tusk Hair stylists in Camden, London, honest appropriate after boring evening on 4 July

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Is that a smile? Of us’s faces are covered as they experience The Smiler rollercoaster at Alton Towers

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Males queue to enter a Barbers in Ashford, Kent

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Patrons experience a socially-distanced pint in a pub in Humber Road, Hull

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Jennifer Wilson (left) and Louise Arnold are believed to be the vital couple to marry after restrictions eased. They tied the knot at Runcorn Town Hall Registry Set apart of dwelling of enterprise in Halton

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The contented couple allotment a kiss as they married at one minute past boring evening

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Receptionist and beautician Sharde Laing Cummings takes a reservation at Haks Oscar barber in Chelsea, London

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A patron has his first drink on the reopening The Toll Gate pub in Hornsey, north London

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A customer at Alton Towers has her temperature checked sooner than she enters the theme park in Staffordshire

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The newly married Mr and Mrs Bone, Lucy and James, pose after their marriage ceremony at St Michael and all Angels Church in Ingram, Northumberland

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Philip Tilly gets to work at his barber shop, Mr Tilly’s, in Newcastle upon Tyne

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The marriage ceremony of Tom Hall and Heather McLaren at St George’s Church, Leeds

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Bar group prepare for purchasers on the Rochester Fort pub in Stoke Newington, North London

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Movie-goers on the Showcase Cinema in Bluewater, Kent, experience a movie in socially-distanced seats

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Landlady Katy Boulter serves a pint to the nationwide chairman of Campaign for Accurate Ale (CAMRA), Nik Antona, at his local pub, the Royal Oak in Barton-below-Needwood, Staffordshire

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Owner Carole Rickaby cuts a customer’s hair at Tusk Hair stylists

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Traffic search around the reopened Yorkshire Air Museum in Elvington

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The first breakfasts are served to potentialities on the reopening of The Worn Stables Restaurant at Allerton Manor Golf Membership, Liverpool

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Road artists tag for costumers originate air the Golden Lion pub in Todmorden, West Yorkshire

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