18.9 C
London
Monday, 3 August, 2020
- Adverts help keep this site free to read -

Which Businesses will not be allowed to reopen in Blackburn and Darwen this weekend

More restrictions are due to be lifted nationally this weekend to allow more businesses to reopen, but this will not be the case in Blackburn and Darwen.

The Council had already decided to delay the re-opening of leisure centres, pools and gyms until they were confident the number of COVID-19 cases had reduced further and stabilised.

To support the Council’s actions, the Government announced that the next phase of business openings would be postponed in the borough. These openings were due to take place on Saturday, August 1st.

Places in Blackburn with Darwen that will not be able to open on August 1st are:

  • Bowling alleys
  • Indoor skating rinks
  • Exhibition halls and conference centres

Additionally, beauty salons and barbers will not be able to provide the following services:

  • face waxing, sugaring or threading services
  • facial treatments
  • advanced facial technical (electrical or mechanical)
  • eyelash treatments
  • make-up application
  • dermarolling
  • dermaplaning
  • microblading
  • electrolysis on the face
  • eyebrow treatments
  • intricate detailing, outlining or shaving of beards

Leave a Reply

Latest news

North West of England: new local restrictions – what you can and cannot do

New restrictions on household gatherings in parts of the North West including Blackburn and Darwen.

Which Businesses will not be allowed to reopen in Blackburn and Darwen this weekend

More restrictions are due to be lifted nationally this weekend to allow more businesses to reopen, but this will not be the case in Blackburn and Darwen.

Eat Out to Help Out – Local Restaurants, Cafes and Pubs

The 'Eat Out to Help Out' scheme will see participating businesses offering a 50% discount to customers on dine-in meals which can be used unlimited times from 3rd to 31st August 2020.

Curtis Stigers brings Contemporary Jazz to Blackburn

Tickets go on sale at 10am tomorrow (Tuesday 27 July 2020) for Curtis Stigers at King George's Hall.

Related news

North West of England: new local restrictions – what you can and cannot do

New restrictions on household gatherings in parts of the North West including Blackburn and Darwen.

Which Businesses will not be allowed to reopen in Blackburn and Darwen this weekend

More restrictions are due to be lifted nationally this weekend to allow more businesses to reopen, but this will not be the case in Blackburn and Darwen.

Eat Out to Help Out – Local Restaurants, Cafes and Pubs

The 'Eat Out to Help Out' scheme will see participating businesses offering a 50% discount to customers on dine-in meals which can be used unlimited times from 3rd to 31st August 2020.

Curtis Stigers brings Contemporary Jazz to Blackburn

Tickets go on sale at 10am tomorrow (Tuesday 27 July 2020) for Curtis Stigers at King George's Hall.