Hospitality businesses are predicting a lengthy and painful recovery with levels of trade expected to be significantly supressed for many months to come, according to a new survey of its members by UKHospitality.
The beloved Five Sisters Zoo have announced that they will reopen on Monday 29th June after closing due to COVID-19 for 3 months.
Five Guys has reopened its city centre location in Edinburgh for click and collect orders.
Boss Bagels have announced that their West End, Bruntsfield and Stockbridge stores have now officially reopened for takeout.
The award-winning Diageo Learning for Life bartending and hospitality programme created and delivered by The Springboard Charity is now available virtually. The programme is free to participate and open to unemployed people across the UK.
My Hospitality Partners has recently launched a new website in a bid to ‘guide the industry out of Covid-19’.
Greggs has confirmed it will now commence reopening an “increased number” of its branches.
McDonalds has announced it will reopen all its restaurants across the UK and Ireland for drive-thru or delivery by 4 June.
EasyJet plans to resume flights from multiple UK airports, including Edinburgh, from June 15.
McDonalds announced that after its trial of 15 branches in May, it will continue to reopen its more restaurants.
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