Dorking Shops to Reopen this Monday
After a turbulent year, Boris Johnson gave the go-ahead for England to enter stage two of the roadmap out of lockdown. On Monday the 12th of April, there will be a lift on restrictions facing Dorking’s businesses and you can once again Shop Dorking Support Local.
So, what can you do from Monday?
You can get your haircut
Many of Dorking’s hairdressers and barbers are set to reopen from Monday. Teresa Weller Hair Art is set to reopen along with Sebastian’s Hair. For barbers, look no further than Golden Scissors or Master Blade on the high street. Say goodbye to lockdown hairdos. Our skilled hairdressers are on hand to give us a hair redo we need!
You can go to the gym
You can now go to the gym to workout once again. Anytime Fitness Dorking is open again from Monday with COVID safety measures in place. Dorking Sports Centre is also open and you can use the indoor swimming pool. Studio classes remain unavailable until mid-May where we can hopefully enter stage three of the roadmap out of lockdown.
You can get a tattoo
Head to one of Dorking’s tattoo parlours for some fresh body art. WitchInk Tattoo Parlour is primed and ready from Monday to reopen along with Eternal Tattoos. See their website for booking and further information.
You can shop until you drop
Non-essential retail is ready to reopen. You can now browse the shops at your leisure. Remember your face mask! S C Fullers are ready for those who have fallen in love with the outdoors and are in need of provisions. Or perhaps you are in need of some new trainers? Ru Star is ready and waiting to fit you with the latest and coolest shoes. Or perhaps your home needs a refresh? Westcott and Williams down the historic West Street provides a great choice of painting supplies for furniture and That Lovely Shop has a great stock of homeware and lifestyle pieces to furnish your home. St Martin’s Walk has a vast variety of shopping options, such as eco-friendly Eco Be.
You can get some R&R from Dorking’s salons
Mayflower Spa are excited to welcome back their visitors for spa treatments for those in need of pampering along with Sí Salon and Boutique. Dorking is ready to give you some much needed rest and relaxation.
Have a drink in a pub garden
You can now finally meet up to 6 people or 2 households in a pub garden for a drink from Monday. Dorking has so many wonderful pubs, The Old House will be reopening from Monday along with The Queens Head and their new beer garden teepee. Dorking’s Michelin starred restaurant Sorrel are offering takeaway suppers and are due to reopen when possible.
These are just some of the many Dorking businesses which are set to reopen from Monday. If in doubt as to whether your local shop is open – visit their website or give them a ring to see. When you Shop Dorking Support Local, you have access to incredible customer services who are on hand to help you.