North Beds CAMRA
The Campaign for Real Ale

From 12th April you'll be able to eat and drink outside pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes.


Pubs and restaurants will be able to use car parks and terraces as dining and drinking areas, using their existing seating licenses.


Every customer aged 16 and over will have to check in to NHS test and trace, or give contact details to staff


You have to be seated while ordering, eating or drinking.


You'll be able to use the toilets indoors, but will have to wear a mask


You must follow either the rule of six, (that means up to six people can meet up - or two separate households) or be in a group of any size with no more than two households present


When not seated - for example being shown to a table, or going to the toilet - customers should wear face masks (unless exempt) and observe social distancing


Temporary changes to licensing laws will allow many more licensed premises, such as pubs and restaurants, to sell alcohol for consumption off the premises. Customers will be able to buy their drinks from a pub and consume them elsewhere, making social distancing easier.


These regulations are subject to change and further details can be obtained from Government websites. 



Govenment  Regulations for Using Pub Gardens