People in Hull are set to be out on "Super Saturday" enjoying their new freedoms as pubs and restaurants can open from 6am in our city.

But guidance has been set out by the government in advance of the merriment.

Professor Chris Whitty has warned that reopening pubs and other businesses is 'absolutely not risk free' as lockdown is eased.

The Chief Medical Adviser said the latest relaxation of lockdown measures formed a 'reasonable package of risks', during Friday's Downing Street press conference.

The Prime Minister also warned “we are not out of the woods yet” and urged Britons to “enjoy summer safely”.

He said: “The virus is still with us and the spike in Leicester has shown that – if it starts running out of control again this Government will not hesitate in putting on the brakes and reimposing restrictions.”

Boris Johnson urged people to 'act responsibly' as they return to pubs in England this weekend.

Across Hull and East Yorkshire, venues have outlined the rules in place to ensure social distancing as they prepare to open once more.

The Fruit Market in Hull is just one area working to ensure the area remains a safe place for customers to enjoy a  drink or a meal  from tomorrow.

Owners say they can’t wait to welcome their staff and customers back after more than three months of closure due to the  coronavirus lockdown.

Hull Live will be out and about in Hull today to keep you updated on what is happening.

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First look inside Hull's newest restaurant after being put on hold for lockdown

A new Asian inspired restaurant in Princes Avenue will finally get the chance to open in the coming weeks.

The Social Distortion occupies the space next door to Pave and the 80 Days Bier Haus that formerly housed Tropicana.

Owner Mark Hill moved the business earlier this year and was due to open in March however, the coronavirus outbreak meant plans had to be put on hold.

Look at the pictures inside here.

Inside Avenues bars and restaurants as they open on Super Saturday

Pubs, bars and restaurants in the Avenues are preparing to welcome customers back for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown forced them to close in March.

Venues are relaunching with a host of new measures including socially distanced furniture, limited time slots for entry, taking customers’ personal details for contact tracing and switching to table service.

For some Newland Avenue and Princes Avenue establishments Saturday is seen as the first step back towards “business as usual”.

Read more here.

The inside of the Bowery as it will look to customers on Saturday.
The inside of the Bowery as it will look to customers on Saturday. (Image: Marstons)

Things that are still off limits

What you can do from today

Here is what you can do from today after lockdown rules have been loosened:

Good afternoon!

Bars, restaurants, cafes and salons are all welcoming back customers today in what Boris Johnson has hailed “the biggest step yet on the road to recovery”,

Known as “Super Saturday”, establishments that have been closed for the last three months were able to throw their doors open from 6am.

Will you be going out for a pint, something to eat or a haircut in Hull?

Stay with us throughout the day as we will be providing all the latest updates in and around the city centre as we have them.