Wetherspoons to reopen 44 more pubs next week including one in South Yorkshire – full list

Wetherspoons is to open more of its pubs across the country next week as the easing of the lockdown continues – including one in South Yorkshire.

Thursday, 22nd April 2021, 9:06 am
Updated Thursday, 22nd April 2021, 9:08 am

A further 44 pubs in England will be open for business from April 26, adding to the 394 which opened last week.

The new pub openings include those in Guildford, Ilkeston, Lincoln, Morecambe, Camborne, Driffield, Nottingham and Reading, and London.

Wetherspoons will also go ahead with opening 60 of its pubs in Scotland and 32 in Wales next week and three pubs in Northern Ireland on April 30.

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A member of the bar staff pulls a pint in a Wetherspoons pub (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

It will result in 533 of the company’s 871 pubs being open.

From April 26 all Wetherspoon pubs, including those that opened on April 12, will be extending their opening times for an extra hour each day.

Customers will be able to enter the pubs to gain access to the outside area and also to use toilets.

Wetherspoon chief executive John Hutson said: “We are looking forward to opening the extra pubs in England as well as those in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

“We look forward to welcoming our customers and staff back to our pubs.”

Full list of pubs reopening

The Hope Tap, Reading (opens 26 April)

The Thomas Sheraton, Stockton-on-Tees (opens 26 April)

The Hope & Champion, Beaconsfield (opens 26 April)

Wetherspoons, Milton Keynes (opens 26 April)

The Friar Penketh, Warrington (opens 26 April)

The John Francis Basset, Camborne (opens 26 April)

The Benjamin Fawcett, Driffield (opens 26 April)

The Swan, Weymouth (opens 26 April)

The Man in the Wall, Wimborne (opens 26 April)

The Observatory, Ilkeston (opens 26 April)

Rose & Crown, Maldon (opens 26 April)

The Last Post, Southend-on-Sea (opens 26 April)

The Lord John, Stroud (opens 26 April)

The Mail Rooms, Ross-on-Wye (opens 26 April)

The Three Magnets, Letchworth (opens 26 April)

The Colombia Press, Watford (opens 26 April)

The Eric Bartholomew, Morecambe (opens 26 April)

The Grey Friar, Preston (opens 26 April)

The Amber Rooms, Loughborough (opens 26 April)

The Square Sail, Lincoln (opens 26 April)

The Red Lion, Skegness (opens 26 April)

The Ivy Wall, Spalding (opens 26 April)

The Skylark, Croydon (opens 26 April)

The Rockingham Arms, Elephant & Castle (opens 26 April)

The Gate Clock, Greenwich (opens 26 April)

The Plough & Harrow, Hammersmith (opens 26 April)

The Moon Under Water, Leicester Square (opens 26 April)

The Holland Tringham, Streatham (opens 26 April)

The Clairville, Wallasey (opens 26 April)

The Richard John Blackler, Liverpool (opens 26 April)

The Mockbeggar Hall, Moreton (opens 26 April)

The Fall Well, Liverpool (opens 26 April)

Hoylake Lights, Hoylake (opens 26 April)

The Paramount, Manchester (opens 26 April)

Goodman’s Field, Whitechapel (opens 26 April)

The Wallaw, Blyth (opens 26 April)

The Butter Cross, Bingham (opens 26 April)

The Lady Chatterley, Nottingham (opens 26 April)

The Trent Bridge Inn, Nottingham (opens 26 April)

The William Withering, Wellington (opens 26 April)

The Old Market Hall, Mexborough (opens 26 April)

The Reginald Mitchell, Hanley (opens 26 April)

The Rodboro Buildings, Guildford (opens 26 April)

The High Main, Newcastle upon Tyne (opens 26 April)

The William Jameson, Sunderland (opens 26 April)

The Rupert Brooke, Rugby (opens 26 April)

The Six Gold Martlets, Burgess Hill (opens 26 April)

The Rising Sun, Redditch (opens 26 April)