Lifting lockdown restrictions in Rutland and allowing pubs to open on July 4 will bring a welcome boost to tourism in the county
Rutland's tourism industry will soon be given a boost when pubs, restaurants and hotels reopen on July 4.
Tourism is one of the biggest contributors to Rutland's economy with recent figures showing 1.9 million visitors generated more than £135m in 2018.
Many hospitality businesses earn up to 70 per cent of their revenue between March and October.
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