Another Thornbury pub has re-opened today.

The Wheatsheaf, on Chapel Street, has been closed since March 18 but opened at 11am today (Monday, July 6) with a number of new safety measures in place.

Announcing the news on Facebook landlord Russell Camp said: "We are going to be as ready as we can. There is a lot of things that will be different but we are ready to welcome you back.

"We will have some new procedures in place for when you next visit, these involve a one-way system, hand sanitization on arrival, with sanitizing points throughout the different areas of the pub, we would prefer payment by card/contactless whenever possible, we shall be offering table service, also, we will have an order point with a collection point.

"Unfortunately we shall not be offering meals until August 11. This is due to the fact that our aged extraction system hasn't liked being left off for 100+ days and the motor has ceased.

"It now has to be replaced with a shiny new system.

"Our bar, lounge, games room, patio, and beer garden will be all fully open, with some reduced seating where necessary. For the time being we will be showing only BT Sport.

"Alas, there will be no pool, darts, or pub games for the foreseeable future.

"Please bear with us as we all adapt to the "new" normal."