When can bowling alleys open again in the UK?

BRITAIN will see more lockdown restrictions lifted tomorrow as bowling alleys are given the green light to reopen.

Bowling Alleys were forced to close on March 23 due to pandemic, and were stalled again at the beginning of August.

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When can bowling alleys reopen in the UK?

Bowling Alleys are going to reopen tomorrow, August 15, after bowlers were forced to wait two extra weeks.

Bowling Alleys were set to reopen on August 1 in England, along with casinos and ice skating rinks.

Music venues, comedy clubs and theatres can also throw open their doors tomorrow as restrictions are lifted.

They are on the list of services that are due to reopen over the weekend along with ice skating rings, casinos and soft play areas.

How will social distancing work at Bowling Alleys?

Staff will be cleaning bowling balls before and after each game with sanitiser on-hand for customers.

Every other lane other lane will also be closed to allow for social distancing.

Players will also be capped at six per lane – as opposed to eight before the pandemic.

People will also be encouraged to bring their own bowling shoes but they will still be available to rent.

What should I do if I work in a bowling alley?

Employees should be trained regarding the new guidelines to ensure guests are in compliance with the new measures.

Contact your manager to find out more information about training before returning to work.

New hand-washing routines are expected to be introduced and staff are likely to be told to wear a mask.

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