Shops, pubs and hairdressers reopen across Islington today

Annie Moss of Annie's Vintage Costume and Textiles, Camden Passage, Islington. Picture: Polly Hancock

Annie Moss of Annie's Vintage Costume and Textiles, Camden Passage, Islington. Picture: Polly Hancock - Credit: Archant

Non-essential shops and outside hospitality reopen in Islington today (April 12) as part of the government's coronavirus lockdown easing roadmap.

Along with "non-essential" retail outlets, hairdressers, barbers, beauty and nail salons will also be able to welcome customers once again on Monday.

And pubs and restaurants will be able to serve customers outside where possible. 

Are you planning to visit the shops as they reopen?

Have you booked a much-needed haircut?


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Or a table in a pub beer garden? 

Please share your experiences, pictures and video with us by emailing emma.bartholomew@archant.co.uk.

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