From going to the pub to social distancing - what changes in England from July 4?

A whole raft of changes are coming into force across all four nations in the days and weeks ahead.

Here's a full round up of what you can do in England from July 4:

  • Social distancing changes to 1 metre plus

From this weekend, the two metre social distancing rule will be revised down to one metre PLUS - where two metres isn't possible including in pubs and restaurants.

But you should take precautions - such as wearing a face covering or avoiding sitting face-to-face.

  • Two household groups can meet inside and also spend the night - with restrictions

Two households will be able to meet INSIDE for the first time - and even stay over.

But you'll still have to socially distance - unless someone is in your existing support bubble.

  • You can do your own staycation

In England you'll be able to stay overnight at hotels, b and b's, caravan parks and campsites.

  • Pubs and restaurants can reopen

It's back to business for pubs, restaurants and cafes - who can now open again, as long as they can protect customers.

  • Hairdressers, cinemas and tourist attractions will open again

As well as hairdressers, cinemas and tourist attractions - like museums and art galleries will be able to reopen.

  • Places of worship can reopen

Places of worship can also welcome congregations again - but with no singing as that can increase the risk of transmission.

  • Weddings allowed with some conditions

Weddings are back on but you'll be limited to 30 guests - who have to interact with social distancing in place - and just the ceremony.