Campaign for Real Ale

PUB RE-OPENINGS DURING COVID PANDEMIC

During the Covid-19 pandemic of 2020, the Government closed all non-essential businesses for various periods during the following months.

Plymouth CAMRA have tried to maintain accurate lists of pubs which were permitted to trade during these periods.

Pubs Known to Have An Outside Trading Area – From 12th April 2021

We listed all the branch area pubs which were known to have an outside trading area and which also served meals. However, the purchase of meals are no longer required in order to purchase alcohol, so the simple list has now been discontinued.

For a comprehensive list of pub reopening dates, please see our Alphabetical Pub Reopening Lists-April 2021, where we have listed all Plymouth branch area pubs, clubs and hotels. We have listed their latest intended reopening dates (where known), but these are liable to change at short notice. Please check with the pub social media link for the latest details or amendments.

If you know of a pub which intends to reopen, when permitted, please email ku.gro.armac.htuomylp@retsambew with the details.

Historical Openings

Pubs Which had an outside Trading Area

Please click on this link for the list of Pubs Known To Have An Outside Area , but this list has now been discontinued (from 29 April 2021).

Pubs Which Offered A Takeaway Or Provided A Delivery Service

Please click on this link for the list of Pubs Offering Takeaway or Delivery Services - from 31st December 2020.

Pubs Which Reopened Which Provided A Substantial Meal Service

Please click on this link for the historical list of Pubs Serving Substantial Meals - 2nd to 30th December 2020.

Pubs Which Re-opened After The First Lockdown (from 4th July 2020)

Please click on this link for the historical list of Pubs Which Reopened Following Lockdown 1, From 4th July 2020.