The 11 South Tyneside businesses you can't wait to visit from April 12
We asked you which South Tyneside businesses you were most looking forward to visiting when lockdown restrictions ease in line with the Government’s roadmap.
But Shields Gazette readers came out in force to show their support for the borough’s beloved high street businesses as they gear up to welcome back customers once more.
Here are some of your picks, as suggested on our Facebook page.
Sea Change, Ocean Road
Jane Phipps’ pick was Sea Change “to see the wonderful staff for a chat and food.”
Aesthetic Angel Rejuvenation Clinic, East View, Boldon Colliery
Lisa Marie Sloanes singled out the Boldon beauty clinic as the local trader she is most looking forward to going back to.
PJ’s Cutting Shop, Station Road, Hebburn
Several readers said the Hebburn hair salon was the number one place they were most looking forward to visiting from Monday.
Crafty Corner, Baring Street
Carolyn Tovey selected the South Shields craft and ceramic shop, adding that its staff are “always welcoming and helpful”
My Sister's Attic, Frederick Street
A number of readers chose the stylish dress shop in South Shields town centre.
Caffe Di Bella, Prince Edward Street
Lisa Ball picked out this coffee shop at the Nook as her choice once restrictions lift on Monday.
The New Cyprus Hotel, Chichester Road
The South Shields pub and hotel will be serving food and drink in its new beer garden from 11am on Monday.
Wilson Brown, Edinburgh Road, Jarrow
After several months of closure for hairdressers, Elaine Clark highlighted the Jarrow salon, saying: “I can't wait to get my hair done!”
The Cutting Room, Nevinson Avenue
Helen North singled out the South Shields barber as her top choice.
Havana Hair and Beauty, Southend, Cleadon
Angela Brown mentioned the Cleadon salon in her contribution to the reader call-out.
Hair Evolution, Dean Road
Julie Bainbridge said she “can’t wait” to go back to the South Shields hair salon from Monday onwards.