Posted: 29.06.20 at 12:20 by Kurt Robson
A Falmouth pub has announced that it will be reopening to the public on July 4th.
This comes following the government’s announcement that some hospitality establishments can reopen under strict social distancing measures.
The Pandora Inn, situated in Restronguet Creek, Mylor Bridge, has detailed their plans to reopen the pub and eatery safely.
A spokesperson for The Pandora Inn said:
“We are busy bringing our teams back from furlough and training them in the additional measures we are taking to minimise the risks to our visitors and our team, as well as getting ready to open.”
The pub has said that visitors should expect a “different experience” to what they’re used to, as the staff and pub will have to operate in different ways.
Detailing some of the steps they have taken, they said:
• A full risk assessment
• All customers to register with us before being taken to a table (queues possible)
• There will be no service from our bars
• A smaller but interesting menu
• Reduced team numbers to keep them safe
• Partial one-way systems
• Increased cleaning protocols
Residents have been reacting to the news of the pub's full reopening.
One resident stated: "Excellent news, looking forward to visiting soon."
Another resident said: "Fantastic. Good luck with opening on the 4th. See you later in the month."