Drake Circus and The Barcode are getting ready for the next stage of their reopening, following the Government’s announcement that the country can enter into Step 3 of its roadmap out of lockdown.
From Monday 17 May, restaurants at Drake Circus and The Barcode such as Nando’s, Five Guys, Zizzi, as well as the popular new addition BrewDog, will be reopening indoor dining.
Visitors will also be able to enjoy a day or night out with families or friends at Paradise Island Adventure Golf.
Cineworld has also announced that film fans will be able to flock back to the cinema from May 19, to enjoy a line-up of new releases, including Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway. It has also made some changes to its membership fees, with it now costing £9.99 per month to enjoy unlimited 2D movies as well as discounts on cinema snacks and drinks.
To help keep everybody safe, Drake Circus will continue to have its one way ‘keep right’ system, hand sanitising stations and enhanced cleaning regimes in place. All visitors must continue to wear a face covering indoors unless exempt for medical reasons.
Greg Lumley, centre director at Drake Circus, said: “This is another big milestone moment for us all at Drake Circus and The Barcode. It’s exciting for us to finally give our visitors the chance to really enjoy a full day out with us for shopping, dining and leisure.
“The wellbeing and safety of everyone at Drake Circus remains our priority, so visitors can rest assured that we have extra measures in place to help everyone safely enjoy their experience with us.”
Drake Circus is open from 9am-6pm Monday-Saturday, with late night shopping until 8pm on Thursdays, and 11am-5pm Sunday. Opening times for individual retailers may vary so visitors are encouraged to check directly before setting off.
Drake Circus has created a handy guide to help shoppers to plan their next visit on their website: https://www.drakecircus.com/planning-your-visit.