ORDERING a refreshing pint or cocktail may seemed like a thing of the past but after three months of lockdown, the pubs finally reopened on Saturday.

Many people across the UK flocked to their local for a social distancing catch up and to feel a sense of 'normality' again.

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However, some resident's in Bracknell weren't so keen to spend their Super Saturday at the pub due to concerns over coronavirus.

Ross McKenzie said: "I went to the pub on Sunday and it was lovely. Excellent systems in place and everyone was having a lovely day in the sun."

The News carried out a poll on its website and social media to see if people visited the pub and if social distancing was adhered to.

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So far, 28 people have voted in our poll and 68 per cent of people said they didn't visit their local for a pint.

18 per cent of readers said they visited the pubs but there was good social distancing in place.

A small number of readers (14 per cent) said the pubs were busy over the weekend.

Lou Collins from Wokingham visited the Dog and Duck with her family for a meal after three months of having home cooked meals.

She said: "They really were excellent and feel they deserve the credit."

Bracknell News:

On our social media poll, 40 people voted and 64 per cent of readers said the pubs were too busy and there wasn't enough social distancing.

36 per cent of readers said they felt safe and there was good social distancing.

There is still time to vote in our online poll here