South Tyneside businesses praised by Gazette readers since April 12 reopenings
Customers were welcomed back to shops, beer gardens and beauty salons as coronavirus restrictions were further eased in England on April 12.
For the first time in months, non-essential retail outlets, personal care premises and outdoor hospitality venues were permitted to reopen as part of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown.
Staff at businesses across South Tyneside and beyond have been working tirelessly to keep themselves and their punters safe as we take this next step out Lockdown 3 restrictions, imposed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson in January.
So we asked the Gazette readers to shout out a business they have visited since the latest round of reopenings, where they felt safe.
Here are your submissions, as shared on our Facebook page at time of writing. Add your own to our post here.
The Bamburgh, Bamburgh Avenue
Baltic Barbers, Dean Road
Black Sheep Fitness Academy, Jarrow
The Clifton Coffee Shop, Ocean Road
The Colliery Tavern, Boldon Colliery
The Dockyard, Sea Road
Finchale Road Barber Shop, Hebburn
G L's Hair Design, Queen Street
Glitz Hair Salon, Ellison Street, Jarrow
Glo Diva Beauty Salon, Horsley Hill Square
The Gym South Shields, Crossgate
Hedworth Hall, Dean Road
Hellbent Fitness, Charlotte Terrace
House of Barbers, Seton Walk
Kovo, New Green Street
Man Vs Food Grill House, Hudson Street
Mono Hair Design, Boldon Colliery
The New Sundial, Sea Road
Ocean Beach Pleasure Park
The Parlour Hair Salon, Boldon Colliery
Paul Sexton’s Cutting Company, Albemarle Street
Platform 33, Sea Road
Rossi Hair Design, Boldon Colliery
Sea Change, Ocean Road
The Sanddancer, Sea Road
Trimmers Arms, Commercial Road
The Wouldhave, Mile End Road