It is vital that Leeds eases its way safely out of lockdown restrictions - YEP Comment
It is a fantastic sign for consumer confidence in Leeds.
David Maddison, centre director at Trinity Leeds, has told the Yorkshire Evening Post that demands for its bars and restaurants has been “through the roof” ahead of their reopening on Monday as part of the latest easing of lockdown restrictions.
Mr Maddison, whose centre opened in 2013 and has 120 shops, businesses, bars and a cinema, said staff had since “had positive feedback from guests, and brands are trading really well”.
And it just shows the appetite from consumers to get back to a sense of “normality” after the last 12 months.
Next week is long-awaited for so many businesses who are eager to welcome back customers.
But it’s vital that we continue to ease our way safely into the latest relaxation of measures.
We’ve all come so far that we can’t afford to take a step backwards - especially for those businesses who are finally set to reopen and recoup their lost trade.
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