24 High Peak shops, pubs and businesses you can't wait to get back to when lockdown eases

The countdown to the easing of lockdown restrictions is well and truly on.

Saturday, 20th March 2021, 7:00 am
High Peak businesses people can't wait to get back to after lockdown

On March 29, the stay at home order will officially end, and from April 12, non essential retail, hairdressers, and other businesses will be allowed to re-open.

Earlier this week, we asked you which High Peak shops and businesses you said you were most looking forward to visiting once you were allowed.

Scroll through the pictures to see which ones you chose.

This footwear shop for children is located on Hall Bank
Selling vintage and retro gear among many other items, The Closet is located on High Street
Located on Market Street, Hand Picked by Henrietta sells gifts for all occasions
Based on the Tongue Lane Industrial Estate, World of Power sells garden and power machinery. The business has continued to accept orders via the website during the lockdown, and the showroom has also remained open.
Based on Eagle Parade.
Sew-In sells a range of items for needlecraft, knitting and haberdashery
Located on Bridge Street, the Railway offers a wide range of food and drinks.
Located on Eagle Parade, many people will be keen to get back to Velu to have their hair cut.
Based in Eyam, Stella's Kitchen offers home cooked Afro-Caribbean food. Currently only open for takeaway
Trading in Buxton for more than 150 years, Hargreaves and Sons stocks Fine China, crystal, glass and more.
Located on George Street, Lonestar offers Tex-Mex cuisine and steaks. Currently only open for takeaway.
Florists and interiors, based on Buxton Road.
Selling comics, toys, games, collectables and more, Grove Goodies and Geekery is on Eagle Parade.
The Old Clubhouse is located on Water Street, opposite Buxton Opera House
Located on Market Street
Itsy Bitsy, located on Market Street, sells clothes, accessories, homewear, footwear and gifts.
Currently offering burgers to takeaway, as well as woodfired pizzas at the canal basin, The Cock is located on Buxton Road.
Located on Buxton market place, The Queen's is well-known locally for its live music offering.
Currently only offering takeaway, Memories of India is located on Buxton Road.
This Terrace Road eatery is currently taking online orders, ahead of the reopening next month
This Albion Road salon will be looking forward to being able to reopen from April 12.
Based on London Road, Capricorn has already started to take bookings ahead of the reopening next month.
The Spring Gardens store will be able to reopen next month
Based on High Street, Symposium stocks antiques, original art and curiosities.