Manchester is going indoors! ❤️ #WelcomeBackMCR

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Changes from 17 May
WE’RE GOING INDOORS You heard right. On Monday 17 May, the government have announced that rules restricting meetups will ease, and our much-needed leisure and entertainment venues can open back up again. This news is music to our ears… the Romeo to our Juliet. We look forward to welcoming our theatres, concert halls, hotels, B&Bs, museums, cinemas– and so much more– back into our lives. Take your seats GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE ON 17 MAY CHANGES In response to the new changes, we have two things to say. 1. Please support Manchester businesses as much as you can. They have been working hard to open back up for us, they need our support and patience now more than ever. 2. Stay safe. Follow rules and help stop the spread of coronavirus. We’ve done well to keep our infection rates down so far, let’s keep going. See you soon.
VISIT MANCHESTER Manchester has missed you. Our friends over at Visit Manchester have a whole website dedicated to showcasing what Manchester has to offer. Reconnect With Your City Some of our highlights from Visit Manchester: – Search for your next favourite bar, who may be serving indoors from 17 May. – View events that are soon to take place, The Manchester Flower Show is set to be a great one. – Find out what there is to do this weekend, for your family or yourself. …or simply have a browse of all the things that are open for you to enjoy. SEE WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT MANCHESTER
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ARE YOU OPENING SOON? If your business is opening on Monday, take a look at our free posters– bespoke to the leisure and entertainment sector. Make your windows welcoming and let your social media followers know you’re open for business. Available posters   DOWNLOAD OUR TOOLKIT
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Keep the conversation going by tweeting us @welcomebackmcr– or posting on social media using #WelcomeBackMCR. We’d love to hear your stories. LOVE MCR red heart graphic