Pub-goers hit the town for boozy night out after third hottest day ever

PUB-GOERS hit the town yesterday on a boozy night out after the UK recorded its third hottest day ever.

Revellers made the most of the warm weather last night on the streets of Manchester, despite the region's new increase in coronavirus cases.

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Yesterday, Britain reached highs of 35C- and the record temperatures were followed by a hot, muggy night.

Club closures, due to the pandemic, didn't stop revellers enjoying themselves on Friday night as they took to the streets of Manchester.

This comes as northern Brits were hit by bombshell new lockdown laws, meaning they can meet in pub gardens – but NOT in back gardens.

People in the quarantined areas are still able to meet in groups of six for a pints, new government guidance says.

The lockdown rules affect 4.5million people in Greater Manchester, parts of East Lancashire and parts of West Yorkshire.

The advice reads: "You can continue to meet in public outdoor spaces including outdoor seating or beer gardens in groups of no more than six people, unless the group includes only people from two households.

"You cannot meet people you do not live with in a private garden."

Pubs were allowed to reopen across the UK on 4 July – sparking joy as Brits were served a pint for the first time since lockdown in March.

However nightclubs remain shut – due to limited social distancing and lower ability to keep areas clean constantly.

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