Full list of Marston's pubs set to reopen in the Black Country on April 12

Pubs group Marston’s has issued a list of .

93 Marston's pubs in the Black Country area are due to reopen next month
93 Marston's pubs in the Black Country area are due to reopen next month

In the Express & Star circulation area this takes in 93.

Due to coronavirus restrictions they will only be able to accommodate customers in outdoor area including beer gardens and seated areas

To accompany table service, Marston’s has introduced an online ordering system called ‘Marston’s Tap’. The online platform is available across the majority of Marston’s pubs for guests to use.

Bookings are being accepted and guests can reserve a table via each pub’s website.

Wolverhampton-based Marston’s has an estate of around 1,400 pubs across the UK and not all in England are able to reopen in April due to not having an outdoor space.

Wolverhampton area: Claregate; Castle Inn, Wednesfield; Firs Inn, Castlecroft; Holly Bush, Penn Road; Dog & Partridge, High Street, Wednesfield; Harrowby Arms, Fordhouses; Roebuck, Penn Road; Wheatsheaf, Market Street; Merry Boys, Moseley Village; Spread Eagle, Wednesfield; Homestead, Stroud Avenue, Willenhall; Milestone, New Invention and Moreton Arms, Fordhouses.

Bilston and Coseley area: Great Western, Bradley; Apple Tree, Central Drive and White Rabbit, Bankfield Road.

Dudley area: Woodman, Saltwells Road; Tenth Lock, Brierley Hill; Hilly House, Himley Road; Brierley Hop House, The Waterfront, Level Street, Brierley Hill; King William, Pensnett Road; Horse and Jockey, High Street, Wall Heath; Spills Meadow, Kent Street, Upper Gornal and Forge, Pensnett.

Kingswinford area: Market Hall Tavern, Market Street; Mount Pleasant, Cot Lane; Portway, Stream Road; Swan, Stream Road and British Oak, Stallings Lane.

Halesowen area: Cobham Arms, Quinton and The Sun, Romsley.

Sandwell area: Kings Arms, Toll End Road, Tipton; Noahs Ark, Wood Street, Tipton; Gospel Oak, Bilston Road , Tipton and Vine Inn, High Street, Rowley Regis.

Stourbridge area: Glassworks, Audnam Road; Longlands Tavern, Western Road; Manor House of Whittington, Kinver; Gigmill, South Road; Greyhound, Norton Road; Cross, Oldswinford; Garibaldi Inn, Cross Street and Station, Hagley.

Walsall area : Romping Cat, Elmore Green Road; Royal Oak, Norton Lane, Great Wyrley; Horse and Jockey Taverners, Walsall Road; One Man and His Dog, Bloxwich; Anchor, Brownhills; Queens, Norton Road, Pelsall and Old Irish Harp, Aldridge.

Wombourne: Old Bush, High Street; New Inn and Waggon and Horses.

Lichfield area: Queens Head, Queen Street; Railway, Main Street, Shenstone; Earl of Lichfield, Conduit Street and William IV, William 1V Road, Alrewas.

Staffordshire: Coach and Horses, Long Street, Wheaton Aston; Bull, Codsall; Wrottesley, Perton;Wych Elm, Bridge Cross Road, Chase Terrace ; Coach and Horses, Long Street, Wheaton Aston; Oxleathers, Weston Downs, Stafford; Trafalgar, Littleworth Road, Hednesford; Bridge Inn, High Green, Brewood; Ash Tree, Armitage Road, Rugeley; Chase, Hagley Road, Rugeley; Samson Blewitt, Pye Green, Hednesford; Spread Eagle, Watling Street, Gailey; Stags Leap, Wolseley Road, Rugeley; White Hart, Wolverhampton Road, Cannock; Crown Inn, High Street, Chasetown; Red Lion, Main Road, Brereton and Albion, Albion Street, Rugeley.

Kidderminster area: Watermill, Park Lane; Three Crowns, Wolverley Road; Park Gate, Wolverley; Queens Head, Wolverley; Blue Bell, Hurcott Road; White Swan, Load Street, Bewdley; Loom and Shuttle, Stourport Road, Hawkind; Bulls Head, Cookley; Sportsman,Wood Street; Weary Traveller, Sutton Road and Railway Bell, Comberton Hill.

Stourport on Severn: Old Rose and Crown,Worcester Road; Astley Cross Inn, Areley Common; Bay Horse, Hartlebury Road; Wheatsheaf, High Street; Brinton Arms, Bewdley Road; Angel Inn on Severn, Severnside and Kings Arms on Severn, Redhouse Road.

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