Sheffield's Grosvenor Casino set to welcome customers back from May 17

The thrill and excitement of casinos will return to Sheffield next week, as Grosvenor Casinos has announced it will reopen all 52 of its venues next week.

By Kian Rains
Friday, 14th May 2021, 10:50 am

After more than four months of temporary closure due to lockdown, friends and family will once again be able to meet up indoors at Grosvenor Casino in Sheffield from Monday, May 17 to play their favourite games, such as blackjack, poker and roulette, whilst raising a glass to the easing of restrictions.

As well as gaming, guests can savour the delicious food and drink options with a range of dishes available that will cater to every taste.

Fans of sport will also be pleased to hear that live sporting events will be available to watch when they visit the casino - just in time for the Euros.

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People will once again be able to meet up indoors at Grosvenor Casino in Sheffield from Monday 17th May.

Charlie Churchill, general manager at Grosvenor Casino Sheffield said: “We’ve been counting down the days to reopening, and every passing day has brought increased excitement. It has been a challenging time for all our team members, but we can finally look forward to reuniting again and getting back to doing what we love - creating a unique atmosphere for guests to have fun, play their favourite casino games and enjoy quality time together.

“We have been working hard to put in place robust health and safety measures, and when we reopen in line with government guidance, we will deliver a fun yet safe experience all of our guests and team members to enjoy.”

The casino will make screens available for customers to use on gaming tables and electronic machines, should they wish. There will also be restrictions on the number of people who can play games at any one time to ensure social distancing guidelines are adhered to.

Grosvenor Casino Sheffield will continue to accept cash and will encourage customers to use contactless payment where possible. There will be safety shields at all tills to protect both team members and customers, and face masks will be worn throughout.

Guests will be able to enjoy food and drink with dining seating appropriately spaced, and pre-orders can be made at their table or from their machine, either using the online app or by placing an order with the valet service.

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