Pubs and restaurants in and around Bracknell are busy planning how to reopen ahead of restrictions being lifted from tomorrow.

Ahead of the July 4 reopening, here's what some of them are telling their followers on social media:

The Royal Oak

Bracknell News:

The popular pub in London Road announced online that it will be reopening on Saturday, July 4.

In a post on Facebook it said: "Thank you to everyone for all the messages of support and enquiring about when we re-open. We really do have the best customers."

Adding: "We cannot wait to see everyone’s face and re-introduce ourselves."

The pub has also posted its chalkboard of rules for a safe reopening, for which it says staff have been working towards for a number of weeks to ensure staff and customers are safe.

Rules include giving your name and number when entering, all tables are first come first served, inside tables a maximum of five people up to two different families, outside is a maximum of six people across a maximum of two families, and follow the one-way system.

Prince of Wales

Bracknell News:

'Excited' staff at the Prince of Wales pub in Shepherds Lane are keen to let everyone know they are reopening on July 4.

The team have posted on the pub's Facebook page to list a few of the changes to allow for social distancing.

It said: "We’re still busy getting everything ready, but we thought you’d be keen to see some of the main changes, so here are the key things you’ll need to know.

"Obviously we now have fewer tables than before and with restrictions, so if you want to come to the Prince and sitting inside is important to you, we’d recommend booking to avoid disappointment (we are expecting it to be busier than usual with restricted capacity).

"Please be aware that booked tables will only be held for 10 minutes after the booking time. If you still haven’t arrived after this time, your table will be opened up to someone else."

Other rule changes include use the garden where possible, use hand sanitiser provided, sign in for track and trace, and order drinks from dedicated service points.

The Stag & Hounds

Bracknell News:

The Binfield pub in Forest Road is gearing up to fling open the doors tomorrow (July 4).

Online it has posted of its excitement to reopen after lockdown and to welcome back customers.

A statement on its website said: "We are pleased to announce that we will be re-opening on Saturday, July 4.

"We are excited to see everyone and will be doing our best to make you all feel safe, welcome and comfortable."

Adding: "The safety of our staff and our guests is of paramount importance.

"We have been very busy making changes to our procedures and venue layouts, these are all in line with government guidelines and are for your safety as well as the safety of our kitchen and front of house teams."

Rules are listed on the pub's website including table bookings of up to 8 with no more than two households, or tables of six if more than two households.

Bridge Pub

Bracknell News:

The pub in Wokingham Road has announced that it will be reopening the doors in Bracknell on Monday, July 6.

It said the team has been working hard behind the scenes to get the pub ready and it is now taking bookings.

A statement on it's website added: "We’re really looking forward to welcoming you back and we’ve been working hard behind the scenes on the new Pub Safe promise to make sure you and our teams are as safe as possible in the pub environment you know and love.

"As part of our social distancing promise we’ve reduced the number of tables available, this means we need you to book ahead of visiting to guarantee availability."

Peacock Farm Pub

Bracknell News:

The cosy pub has welcomed the governments easing of restrictions for which it say it has been 'working tirelessly' towards for reopening.

The pub has opted for a phased roll-out of openings across the chain and according to it's Facebook page it hopes to remaing the week commencing July 12.

It said: "The exact date will be dependent on our final preparations to make you and our team safe and comfortable.

"We cannot wait to have you visit, so please keep an eye on our website for further details of our exact reopening date and what you can expect."

TGI Fridays

The message from TGI Fridays at The Lexicon is that they are 'open for dine-in' - from July 6.

Restaurant bosses have updated its website to say it is firing up its grills for selected restaurants from Monday.

According to a post on The Lexicon's Facebook this includes the Bracknell branch for groups of up to six people.

It added that it has implemented enhanced surface sanitation and hand washing, fitness to work checks, hand sanitiser stations, a refined menu, and reduced booking.

You must book prior to dining and are not to arrive beforehand.