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JD Wetherspoon, which has pubs in Newark and Bingham, unveils plan for safe and hygienic reopening of branches after coronavirus lockdown




Bosses at the UK's favourite pub chain have unveiled their strategy for maintaining staff and customers' safety upon reopening.

JD Wetherspoon shut all of its branches — including The Sir John Arderne in Newark and The Butter Cross in Bingham — in line with government guidelines announced on March 20 in the wake of a growing number of covid-19 cases.

The Sir John Arderne, Newark Market Place. Credit: Google Maps (35088319)
The Sir John Arderne, Newark Market Place. Credit: Google Maps (35088319)

Now that the number has started to ebb, its senior management has devised a plan for reopening — despite a date not yet being set.


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