MORE businesses will throw open their doors to the public this weekend.

Cafes, pubs, restaurants, hairdressers and museums are among the businesses that have been given the green light to reopen for the first time since the Government’s lockdown restrictions were imposed.

And scores of traders have announced they will be welcoming customers back for the first time more than three months.

Here is a list of some of the businesses that say they are opening, which will be added to on The Mail’s website.

Food and drink

- Barrow Labour Club

- MK’s

- Th Blue Lamp

- The Duke of Edinburgh

- The Derby Inn

- The Furness Railway

- Central Preston Street Working Mens Club

- The Golden Ball

- The King Alfred

- The Ship Inn (Barrow)

- The Wellington

- The Red Lion (Dalton)

- The Sun Inn

- The Ferry

- The Farmers Arms (Ulverston)

- The Crown

- The Mill

- Old Farmhouse

- Hope and Anchor


- Abbey House (Sunday)

- The Swan Hotel and Spa

- The Royal Hotel

- The Tally Ho Hotel

- The Clarkes Hotel

- The Harbour Hotel

- The Dunes Hotel (Sunday)

Personal care

- Asylum 287

- Bodrum Traditional Turkish Barbers

- Top Cut

- MoHair (Sunday)

- The Hair Lounge

- Xtrend Hair and Beauty Studio

- RootZ

- Cutting Edge

- Head Office Unisex Hair Salon

- Bliss Hair Design and Beauty

- The Salon Ulverston

- The Hair Gallery

- Excel Hair and Beauty

Recreation and leisure

- Treetop Trek

- Brockhole on Windermere

- Lakeland Motor Museum

- Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway

Social distancing measures will still be in place at venues.

Washing hands regularly and with hand sanitiser is also encouraged.

Pub goers will be asked to give their name and their contact details.

This will happen either when they make a booking - or when they get there. Those details will be kept by the pubs for 21 days, and will be used for staff to get in contact if there is a localised breakout of coronavirus.