Landlords of the The Black Bull Inn, Penwortham say they may closing until February 2021 or until there is a coronavirus vaccine.Advertisement
The pub’s management team posted on Facebook they would remain open until Wednesday (14 October), with discounts on beer.
They stated that they would use up their current stock before considering closing for several months as a result of Preston being put in the tier-two ‘High’ restrictions category.
The new coronavirus tiers announcement came yesterday (Monday 13 October) from the Prime Minister, with all of Lancashire being put in tier -two.
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In a Facebook post, the Black Bull said that the new rules of only the same household mixing would not cover wages and bills of the pub.
They thanked customers that have visited the pub since August 24 and asked those that are coming this week to book a pod in advance.
Blog Preston contacted The Black Bull for further information but they declined to comment.
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