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Nearly a dozen pubs in Surrey to reopen on 12th April, says Greene King Posted On 19 March 2021

The time has finally come to raise a glass or two to more pubs reopening soon in and around Surrey, although some venues will have reduced opening hours and menus


This news comes as the likes of Young’s, Red Mist Leisure, Wetherspoon and Fullers all planning a grand reopening of a great number of their pubs and bars, in and around the area, in just over three weeks’ time.

As per the government’s current legislation, hospitality venues across the country will be able to reopen to the hungry and thirsty public again from 12th April, but only in an outdoor setting.

If you want to reserve the best seats in the garden, or just want to ensure you have a spot at all, booking a garden table online is easy, and can be done from the 26th March onwards.

Nick Mackenzie, Greene King chief executive, has said: “It’s great that we can finally open outdoor areas in some of our pubs after such a long period of lockdown and we can’t wait to start welcoming our customers back, safely.

“Sadly, we can only open around a third of our estate in April where we have outdoor space that will work and have a chance of being viable, but we know the vital role pubs play in communities and feel it’s important to open as many as we can to help people get back together once again.”


Here is a list of the Greene King pubs definitely set to reopen in Surrey on 12th April:

Bell, East Molesey

Black Prince, Addlestone

Black Swan, Ockham

Fairmile, Fairmile, Cobham

Kings Arms, Bagshot

Prince Of Wales, East Molesey

Royal Oak, Pirbright

Swan, Ash Vale

Twynersh, Chertsey

Wheatsheaf Hotel, Virginia Water

Ye Olde Swan, Thames Ditton


And here are the pubs definitely reopening from that date over the border:

Boaters, Kingston

Cricketers, Richmond

Cricketers, Yateley

Druids Head, Kingston

Grove, Surbiton

Prince of Wales, Fleet

Ram, Kingston

Roebuck, Richmond

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