Richmond pub delighted to be back behind the bar following 'Freedom Day' rule changes

  Posted: 20.07.21 at 16:12 by Jessica Broadbent

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Yesterday Covid restrictions lifted across the UK meaning you can now sing and dance at a wedding and get served at the bar in a pub rather than relying on table service.

The Lass O'Richmond Hill on Queen's Road near Richmond Park was one of many pubs to welcome customers back to the bar for drink orders.

Staff at the pub were thrilled to experience a slice of the old pub normality as they served people direct from the pumps.

They told Nub News: "Yesterday was really lovely.

"It was such a pleasure to have people order and chat at the bar."

The pub opened up a new terrace back in April and is the perfect place to refresh yourself after a walk in Richmond Park.

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