Fuller's announces pubs in Hampshire that will reopen on April 12, including several across Portsmouth, Fareham, and Havant
PUB-CHAIN Fuller’s has announced which of its pubs in Hampshire it will reopen next month as lockdown restrictions are eased.
The business plans to reopen 180 branches across the UK for al fresco dining and drinking in April.
In Hampshire, punters will be able to return to 11 pubs, including two in Portsmouth.
Grade II listed venue The Still and West in Old Portsmouth will open for outdoor drinking and dining, as will The Old Customs House in Gunwharf Quays.
In Fareham, former coaching inn The King’s Head in The Square in Wickham will welcome back punters.
In Havant, The Ship Inn in Langstone Road will also be reopening, as will the outdoor drinking area at The Red Lion in Chalton, near Waterlooville.
Further out across the county, Fuller’s will reopen The Bishop On The Bridge in Winchester, The Mayfly in Stockbridge, The Links Tavern in Liphook, and both The Fox And Hounds and The Oak Inn in Lyndhurst.
Also offering outdoor service will be The White Buck Inn in Burley.
Table bookings can be made on the Fuller’s website.
Bookings can also be made for indoor service across all its pubs in time for May 17, when pubs can allow up to six people or two households of any size.
In the pubs that are open outside from April 12, groups of up to six people, or a group of two households, will be permitted.
Last week, JD Wetherspoon announced it would reopen almost 400 pubs next month.