Covid restrictions on hospitality businesses have been lifted and my pub and restaurant can, for the very first time since I took them over last year, trade normally.But somehow it doesn’t seem quite so momentous.
Covid hasn’t gone away. Indeed cases are rising again, even down here in the south-west, albeit from a low base. So the fear remains that this may be another brief summer taste of liberty, before winter returns with something more restrictive.And then I find myself wondering how much actually changed in my world on Monday.
At The Oyster & Fish House in Lyme, we have been able to add two or three extra indoor tables now social-distancing rules have gone.Read more on telegraph.co.uk