Falkirk Delivers releases 'welcome back' video as lockdown restrictions eased

A sense of normality has returned to Falkirk district as the area’s non-essential retailers, pubs and restaurants are today welcoming back customers for the first time in months.

Monday, 26th April 2021, 10:46 am

Businesses have been looking forward to this moment ever since the Scottish Government announced another coronavirus lockdown at the turn of the year.

To coincide with the easing of restrictions, Falkirk Delivers, the town’s Business Improvement District (BID), has shared a video of shops preparing for the grand reopening.

Leisure centres, gyms, libraries and museums are also opening their doors once more.

Businesses across Falkirk area are thrilled to be reopening their doors. Contributed.

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The changes come as Scotland moves from Level 4 to Level 3.

Hospitality will have to close at 8pm indoors and 10pm outdoors – and venues can only serve alcohol outside.

Up to six people from a maximum of two households are able to meet indoors at pubs, restaurants and cafes.

A maximum of six people from six different households can gather in outdoor eating and drinking areas.

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