44 further Wetherspoon pubs to open in England with extended opening hours - the full list

Wetherspoon is to open more of its pubs across the country next week as the easing of the lockdown continues, the company has announced.

Wednesday, 21st April 2021, 1:09 pm
Updated Wednesday, 21st April 2021, 1:10 pm

A further 44 pubs in England will be open for business from April 26, adding to the 394 which opened last week.

Wetherspoon will also go ahead with opening 60 of its pubs in Scotland and 32 in Wales next week and three pubs in Northern Ireland on April 30.

It will result in 533 of the company’s 871 pubs being open.

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More Wetherspoon pubs are set to reopen (photo: PA).

From April 26 all Wetherspoon pubs, including those that opened on April 12, will be extending their opening times for an extra hour each day.

Customers will be able to enter the pubs to gain access to the outside area and also to use toilets.

The new pub openings on April 26 include those in Guildford, Ilkeston, Lincoln, Morecambe, Camborne, Driffield, Nottingham and Reading, and London.

Wetherspoon chief executive John Hutson said: “We are looking forward to opening the extra pubs in England as well as those in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

“We look forward to welcoming our customers and staff back to our pubs.”

The full list of the 44 pubs reopening in England:

Moon under Water, Leicester Square

Last Post Southend

Wetherspoons, Milton Keynes

Richard John Blackler, Liverpool

Reginald Mitchell, Hanley

Grey Friar, Preston

Three Magnets, Letchworth

Thomas Sheraton, Stockton

Skylark, Croydon

William Jameson,Sunderland

Red Lion, Skegness

Rising Sun, Redditch

Rodboro Buildings, Guildford

Friar Penketh, Warrington

Holland Tringham, Streatham

Swan Inn, Weymouth

Hope Tap, Reading

Gate Clock, Greenwich

Lord John, Stroud

Paramount, Manchester

Observatory, Ilkeston

Mockbeggar Hall, Birkenhead

Mail Rooms, Ross On Wye

Rockingham Arms, Elephant & Castle

Rupert Brooke, Rugby

Columbia Press, Watford

Goodmans Field, London

Plough, Hammersmith

Ivy Wall, Spalding

Fall Well, Liverpool

Square Sail, Lincoln

Amber Rooms, Loughborough

Eric Bartholomew, Morecambe

Clairville, Wallasey

Old Market Hall, Mexborough

John Francis Basset, Camborne

Benjamin Fawcett, Driffield

Man in the Wall, Wimborne

Butter Cross, Bingham

Trent Bridge Inn, West Bridgford

High Main, Byker

Six Gold Marlets, Burgess Hill

Lady Chatterley, Eastwood

Hope & Champion, Beaconsfield