What are you looking forward to opening the most on Saturday?

Bars, pubs, hairdressers?

These places as well as restaurants and cafes, cinemas, museums, art galleries, bingo halls, community centres, work canteens, outdoor playgrounds and outdoor gyms will be able to welcome customers again from this weekend after the lockdown rules ease once again.

If you're a business, or attraction able to open this weekend, we'd love to see and hear from you about what new measures you've installed to make your business safe for visitors and customers again.

We will feature as many as possible in a round-up this week.

Lockdown easing

Is your business or attraction opening on July 4? We'd love to see and hear what new measures you have in place. Send us some pictures and a description and we'll include as many as possible in our round-up this week.

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Places of worship will be able to hold services once again, with weddings back on but numbers capped at 30.

These come after non-essential shops, zoos and safari parks were allowed to open with social distancing measures from June 15.

The two-metre rule will also be reduced to one metre plus from the same date.

People from different households will now only have to keep one metre apart, including in newly opened businesses, as long as people are taking other precautions such as wearing a mask, regularly washing hands, and sitting side-by-side rather than face-to-face.

Two households meeting for dinner can sit at the same table but still must not touch and should attempt to uphold the “one metre-plus” rules.