Northumberland businesses praised by Gazette readers since April 12 reopenings
Customers were welcomed back to shops, beer gardens and beauty salons as coronavirus restrictions were further eased in England on April 12.
Non-essential retail outlets, personal care premises and outdoor hospitality were permitted to reopen as part of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown.
Staff at businesses across Northumberland have been working tirelessly as we take this next step out Lockdown 3 restrictions, imposed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in January.
So we asked Gazette readers to shout out a business they have visited since the latest round of reopenings, where they felt safe.
Here are some of your submissions from our Facebook page, at time of writing. Add your own to our post here.
The Alnwick Garden
Brewis Beer Co, Coquet Enterprise Park, Amble
Caboose, Quay Road, Blyth
Destiny Hair 1, Queen Street, Amble
Drift Cafe, Cresswell
Enhance Beauty Rooms, Bondgate Without, Alnwick
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Golden Sands Holiday Park, Cresswell
Grayscale Tattoo Studio, Wellwood Street, Amble
Headmasters Barber Shop, Queen Street, Amble
Masons Arms, Dial Place, Warkworth
Milkhope Centre, Berwick Hill Road, Blagdon
Moorhouse Farm Shop & Coffee Shop, Stannington Station Road, Morpeth
Northern View Berwick, Highlcliffe, Spittal
Nu U, Wellwood Street, Amble
The Oaks Hotel, South Road, Alnwick
The Powder Room Spa & Beauty, Market Place, Alnwick
Radcliffes Cafe Bar, Coble Quay, Amble
Rhapsody Salon, West Street, Berwick
Salon H, New Market, Morpeth
Strands, Bede Street, Amble
Studio Be, Front Street West, Bedlington
The Studio, Front Street, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea
T L C Hair & Beauty Salon, Warkworth Drive, Ellington
The Turks Head, High Street, Rothbury
Project U Fitness, Ennerdale Road, Blyth
Wellwood Arms, High Street, Amble
Willowburn Sports & Leisure Centre, Alnwick