This is everything you'll be allowed to do in Wakefield, Pontefract and Castleford from Monday, April 12. What are you most looking forward to?
1. Meeting outdoors
In line with changes made last month, people will still be allowed to meet outside, with up to six people or two households meeting at a time. But they should not meet or socialise in indoor settings.
2. Parks and attractions
Parks and attractions across the district will reopen from Monday. Pontefract Castle grounds and toilets will remain open, though the cafe will serve takeaway food and drink only. The shop will re-open on 13 April. Sandal Castle grounds will remain open. The Castle Café has now re-opened and is open 9.30 am – 2.30 pm, Friday to Monday. The café will be closed Tuesday to Thursday. Country parks will stay open, with the cafe at Pugneys serving takeaway food and drink only.
3. Personal care
From Monday, April 12, personal care premises, including hairdressers and nail salons, will be allowed to reopen. Pictured is Oliver Dean hair and beauty in Wakefield.
4. Libraries and community centres
Public buildings, including libraries and community centres, will also be allowed to reopen when phase two of of the easing arrives. Wakefield Council has confirmed that services at all libraries will reopen from Monday.