A nightclub has announced plans to greet punters at 1 minute past midnight on June 21, the date Boris Johnson set for nightclubs to open.
Mint Warehouse in Leeds promoted their first event in over a year on Friday, February 26.
The nightclub, called System, told their Facebook followers: "No point messing about were opening Sunday midnight! System – The Grand Reopening – Round 2Monday 21st June – 00:01 am start Mint Warehouse Fingers crossed."
Several people have applauded the venue for launching the event, with one writing that it is "another reason why Leeds is the best city" in the UK.
The Twitter user wrote: "Mint warehouse opening it's doors at 00:01 on the 21st June is another reason why Leeds is the best city in this country."
Another keen clubber said: "Can't wait to be that older weird ladgen guy at the back of mint warehouse giving it beans come June."
While a third added: "Be a happy man when mint warehouse doors open."
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Mint Warhouse’s plans come after the government announced nightclubs could open as soon as June 21 in phase 4 of the country’s roadmap out of lockdown.
Brits have been overjoyed at the news as many haven’t set foot in a nightclub since the pandemic hit in March 2020.
People are so excited that a petition to make June 21 a national bank holiday has amassed over 38,000 signatures.
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The petition states: "We'd like the government to create a one off Bank Holiday, to be known as Merriweather Day, on Monday June 21st 2021 as an opportunity for families and friends to come together."
"Covid-19 has negatively impacted people and families up and down the length of the country in many different ways not least their ability to come together.
"We've seen family celebrations at Eid, amongst others, cancelled and it looks likely Christmas will be the same.
"This proposed bank holiday would help families and friends of all faiths and none to come together to celebrate.
"We've chosen the longest day of the year as it provides for the most opportunities to be outdoors in a Covid-19 safe way."
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