31 beer gardens opening in East Lancashire in April

Pubs and restaurants across the country are preparing for re-opening their doors, with many lucky enough to be able to open their beer gardens to the public in April.

Rules will still have to be adhered to including table service and no mixing however many landlords are hoping for good weather so they can welcome back customers to some of their favourite watering holes.

Below is a list of 31 of the pubs re-opening their beer gardens in April:

– Lord Nelson, Blackburn

– Clog and Billycock, Pleasington

– The Old Chapel, Darwen

– Entwistle Hotel, Darwen

– The Crown and Thistle, Darwen

– Cross Keys, Barnoldswick

– White Bear, Barrowford

– Angel Inn, Burnley

– Swan Inn, Burnley

– Ballaro’ Restaurant, Burnley

– The Royal Dyche, Burnley

– The WoodTop Inn, Burnley

– Craven Heifer, Burnley

– The Boot Inn, Burnley

– Rhoden Inn, Oswaldtwistle

– Commercial Hotel, Accrington

– The Whittaker Arms, Accrington

– Gamecock Carvery, Great Harwood

– The Crown Inn, Bacup

– The Stork Hotel, Simonstone

– The Rose and Crown Hotel, Clitheroe

– Parker Arms, Newton in Bowland

– Hare and Hounds, Haggate

– The Golden Lion, Higher Wheelton

– The Cotton House Cafe and Bar, Helmshore

– The Emmott Arms, Laneshaw

– Aspinall Arms, Mitton

– The Blind Tiger, Rawtenstall

– The Dog Inn, Whalley

– Butler Arms, Pleasington

– The Railway Inn, Chorley

If you know of a pub which is opening in April that is not included on the list, please email abigail.beaney@nqnw.co.uk

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