Pubs are able to reopen tomorrow after three months since last orders were called. 

We've rounded up as many pubs as we can to find out where will be open for you to go and get your next pint.


Swindon Advertiser:

The Goddard Arms, Old Town

The popular Old Town pub will be reopening at midday tomorrow with a new one-way system in place.

There will also be an app available for customers to download which will allow a contactless experience.

Bookings are being accepted but the pub is also allowing walk-ins.



Mackenzies, Old Town

One of Old Town’s most popular bars will be reopening at 9am tomorrow.

It currently has no closing time with manager Liam Larkin saying it will be “played by ear” depending on what the crowd is like in the evening.

But social distancing guidelines are in place with parts of the bar being sectioned off to help staff.


Swindon Advertiser:

Edge, Town Centre

Announcing on social media, popular nightclub Edge has revealed it will be reopening on Saturday night.

Bookings must be made with only the bar and outside garden being open. 


The Queens Tap, Town Centre

Opposite the train station, The Queens Tap is reorganising seating to comply with social distancing as well as offering contactless ordering.


Swindon Advertiser:

The Weighbridge Steakhouse and Bar

Already proving popular, the Weighbridge is reopening tomorrow to bookings only.

According to the steakhouse, many bookings have already filled up.


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Swindon Advertiser:

The King and Queen, Highworth

The popular Highworth pub will be asking people to respect current government distancing guidelines, use hand sanitisation stations provided and to download the new OrderPay app to help with contactless orders.


The Kingsdown Inn, Stratton

Opposite the Arkells Brewery, this pub will be reopening with social distancing markers. 

Bookings won't be a necessity but can be made and mobile ordering will be available. 


Swindon Advertiser:

The Crown, Stratton

The pub confirmed it will reopen with limited hours and a limited menu. 

I will be opening at midday and bookings must be made.


The Runner, Rushey Platt

Mobile ordering and hand sanitiser will be in place at The Runner. 

But the recently renovated children's play area will be remaining closed.


Swindon Advertiser:

The Manor, Cheney Manor

Like The Crown, The Manor will be reopening at midday for table service only.

Customers will also not be able to play pool or darts and contact details will have to be given on arrival. 


The Bakers Arms, Stratton

The pub is continuing its takeaway service despite reopening tomorrow. 

But if you do intend to head to this pub, bookings of no more than six people must be made and no children will be allowed.


Swindon Advertiser:

The Carpenters Arms, South Marston

The pub will reopen at midday but will only be serving food from 12pm-2.30pm and 6-9pm.

A reduced menu will be in place as well as reduced staff but bookings must be made for each visit, food or drink.

Customers will also not be able to visit the bar.


Rat Trap, Stratton

The Rat Trap will only be reopening for drinks only and a booking must be made for “drinking tables”.

It will open at midday and offers a three-hour slot to customers.


Swindon Advertiser:

The Freke Arms, Swanborough

While not opening on Saturday, The Freke Arms will be reopening on Sunday with social distancing measures.

Bookings are available but aren’t a necessity for the pub and takeaway is still available for those who don't want to go out.