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  1. It's time for Salford to head out and get haircuts, hit the gym and enjoy a swift pint in the pubs today as further lockdown restrictions have been eased. The second step along the roadmap to lockdown is effective from today (Monday 12 April) and sees further easing of restrictions. It seems like an eternity, especially for Greater Manchester, where pubs and non-essential shops have been closed since Monday 12 October 2020. The changes include: · All non-essential shops, attractions, gyms and retail to open. · Domestic overnight stays (household) and se
  2. In accordance with Step 3 of the ‘Roadmap out of Lockdown’ the Salford arts centre expects to re-start face-to-face performances week commencing Monday, 17 May - pending the final green light from government on Monday, 10 May. The first show will be outdoor performances of the critically acclaimed production C-O-N-T-A-C-T at Salford Quays and in Manchester city centre. Delivered in partnership with Aria Entertainment and WEF Productions, it will run from Tuesday, 18 May to Sunday, 27 June. From Saturday, 22 May, the galleries will re-open at weekends, with two exhibitions on off
  3. The Prime Minister has outlined plans to loosen lockdown for what he hopes will be the final time., starting with socially distanced reopening of all schools and colleges from March 8th. Pupils will be able to return to school, much to the relief of parents who have been struggling to balance home schooling with work, although secondary schools will still be required to wear a mask in classrooms for the foreseeable future unless the 2 metre social distancing rules can be applied. They will still be required to wear them in all communal areas. With infections rates continuing to fall
  4. The chief constables of five of the North Wests police forces have come together to issue a joint statement on policing of the new National Lockdown measures which come in force on Thursday if approved by Parliament later today. Alongside the leaders of Merseyside, Cheshire, Lancashire and Cumbia forces, GMP's Ian Hopkins said that they will be moving more quickly with fixed penalty notices and taking a firmer stance on the minority of rules breakers who are deliberately flouting the rules. Police forces across the region will collectively target large parties or gatherings as well a
  5. The hospitality sector has taken some of the largest financial hits during the past 8 months, with national lockdown and enforced closures having massive impacts on the pub industry in particular. Some pubs have already succumbed to their financial strains and others are at the brink of closure as local lockdown restrictions placed upon them are drastically cutting into the precious profits they need to survive. With the second wave spread of the virus showing no signs of slowing, Greene King who operate a number of pubs & restaurants within Salford have announced that one third
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