Monday 12 April is the second key date in the lockdown roadmap, as non-essential retail is allowed to fully reopen and pubs with outdoor spaces can welcome customers. Together with the rules on meeting up to six people or two different households outside, we are looking forward to more freedom and seeing footfall in the town centre increase.
Handy for the Easter holidays – Wolf Pack Tennis on High Street will be open from Wednesday 16 until Sunday 18 April 10am – 4pm for same household groups. No membership or equipment required – simply book your court on to play mini indoor tennis.
If you are giving your home a Spring clean head to Rugby Unwrapped for some eco-friendly products. New instore is the Fill scrub powder that is free from dyes and scent. When mixed with water to make a paste, this can be used as a cream cleaner and degreaser on hobs, sinks, tubs, tiles, walls and much more.
Event management company Enterlude has launched a shiny new website. Here you can find out which musicians and comedians will be heading to Rugby this year and get your diary filled with music and comedy gigs, which mainly take place at The Benn Hall.
The summer term brochure for Percival Guildhouse courses is now available online. Whether it’s learning a language, studying history or literature, learning how to draw or paint or a master a new handicraft or practicing mindfulness, there are courses from beginner to more advanced levels. Book now by phone 01788 542467 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.