PUB restaurant chain Brunning & Price has confirmed that the Grosvenor Arms in Aldford will reopen its doors on Sunday, July 19.

However, The Old Harkers Arms on Russell Street, Chester, will continue to remain temporarily closed for the time being.

The Grosvenor Arms on Chester Road is one of ten establishments that will open their doors to customers again from the weekend as part of Brunning & Price's latest reopening phase.

The Architect in Chester city centre reopened on Sunday, July 12.

The company has also confirmed that its pubs in Wales will reopen from August 3.

It said: "We are delighted to announce another 'wave' of openings this weekend.

"The booking systems for these pubs are now live on their websites and we ask that bookings are made for our inside tables. We have made some slight changes to the way things are working at the moment in order to keep everyone as safe as possible, so we recommend that you read these guidelines before making your booking.

"We are also thrilled to have been given the 'go ahead' to reopen our Welsh pubs. These openings will be planned for Monday 3rd August, so not too long to wait, but we are still a little way off being able to open up their booking systems as yet."

The following pubs will welcome customers again from midday on Sunday:

  • The Old Windmill, Chelmsford
  • The Duke of York, Barnet
  • The Horse and Groom, Hare Hatch
  • The Packhorse, Mapledurham
  • The Hare, Tunbridge Wells
  • The Parrot, Forest Green
  • The Fox, Newport
  • The Inn, Shipley
  • The Grosvenor Arms, Aldford
  • The Bull, Broughton