DESPITE pubs across the UK being allowed to reopen on July 4, many of Oxford's favorite watering holes still remain closed three months on. 

Yesterday the Oxford Mail revealed that one of those pubs, The Bullnose Morris in Blackbird Leys, would shut permanently after its owner, Greene King, decided it would be shutting 26 pubs nationwide. 

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Across the city, there are still a number of pubs and bars that remain closed.

These include:

  • The Eagle and Child, St Giles
  • The Fir Tree, Iffley Road
  • The Half Moon, St Clements
  • Raoul's Bar, Walton Street
  • Be At One, St Clements 
  • The Cricketers Arms, Temple Road, is only allowing 'regular customers' to enter the pub 

It is unclear when these pubs are due to reopen. 

Read more: Oxford pub to close its doors forever 

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