Spalding-area beauticians and bowling alleys ready for business
Life will be returning to normal for more businesses which have been given the green light to reopen in August.
Beauticians will be able to carry out facial treatments while bowling alleys will be able to resume on Saturday, August 1, as coronavirus restrictions are further eased.
During Friday’s press conference Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the latest measures which included changing Government messaging on working from home, allowing indoor performances to live audiences and giving councils new powers.
Although nightclubs and soft play centres will remain closed.
Beth Barkway (24) is thrilled to be finally having a date to reopen her Donington salon Queen Bee Beauty Enhancements.
She said: “I love my job and it will be nice to be able to get back to doing what I enjoy.
“I think this announcement has been a long time coming. If you can have your beard trimmed then you should be allowed to have your eyebrows waxed.”
Matt Clark has welcomed Friday’s announcement that Alley-Catz bowling alley in Spalding will be able to reopen.
While this side can reopen along with Imaginarium, XO nightclub will have to remain closed.
He said: “We are happy that we are allowed to have the shackles taken off and get back to our business. We need to go through the guidance to make sure that we are safe and that it is financially viable to open on August 1.”
Parkwood Leisure has announced that it will be reopening The Castle Sports Complex in Spalding and Long Sutton’s Peele Leisure Centre.
The firm has installed a number of safety procedures which includes hand sanitiser and asking clients to book in order to limit the number of people in the gyms and fitness classes.
From Saturday, councils were given powers to close specific premises, shut public outdoor spaces, and cancel events.
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