Watch: Falkirk bars serve first pints as town moves into Level 2 restrictions

Pubs across Falkirk have served their first pints since the town moved into Level 2 COVID restrictions.

Customers were able to enjoy a pint on Friday night again after the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, announced earlier in the week the district was moving from Level 3 to Level 2.

It came as a welcome boost to the hospitality actor which has faced huge uncertainty as doors remained closed during lockdown.

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Behind The Wall was just one of a number of bars which re-opened yesterday.

Serving again at . Behind the Wall -  Lesley Dylo 35, restaurant supervisor from Stenhousemuir. (Pic: Michael Gillen)
Serving again at . Behind the Wall -  Lesley Dylo 35, restaurant supervisor from Stenhousemuir. (Pic: Michael Gillen)

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Behind the Wall - . Neil McFadyen, Falkirk and Derek Anderson, Falkirk. (Pic: Michael Gillen)