THIS is the full list of non-essential shops that will be allowed to reopen in less than 48 hours time - after months of closure.

Updated government guidance listing every single shop that is allowed to trade following the third national lockdown has been published.

It includes the likes of hair salons, car dealerships and clothing stores - while a number of other businesses will also be allowed to reopen.

The guidance comes as boozers are set to serve food and drink outdoors from Monday, with the hospitality industry being allowed to open for outdoor service only.

In the North-East, some retailers have already planned to open with extended trading times including the likes of Primark. 

All businesses reopening will have to follow Covid-guidelines, which includes measures such as social distancing and staff and customers wearing face masks.

Here are the shops reopening on Monday:

- clothing stores and tailors

- charity and antique shops

- homeware and carpet stores

- showrooms (such as for vehicles as well as kitchens and bathrooms)

- electronic goods and mobile phone shops

- florists and plant nurseries

- retail travel agents

- photography stores

- remaining auction houses and markets

- tobacco and vape stores

- betting shops (subject to additional COVID-Secure measures, such as limiting the use of gaming machines).

- car washes (except for automatic car washes that are already open)

Personal care facilities and close contact services will reopen such as:

- hair, beauty and nail salons

- body and skin piercing services

- tattoo studios

- spas and massage centres (except for steam rooms and saunas)

- holistic therapy (including acupuncture, homeopathy, and reflexology)

- tanning salons

A number of other businesses, exercise venues and public buildings are also permitted to reopen from Monday such as:

- gyms and leisure centres 

- sports courts

- swimming pools

- dance studios and fitness centres

- driving and shooting ranges

- riding arenas

- archery venues

- climbing wall centres

- self-contained accommodation, such as campsites and holiday lets

- outdoor hospitality venues

- zoos

- theme parks

- drive-in cinemas

The move will be the completion of step two of the Government's roadmap out of national lockdown restrictions.

The next step, which will not take place before May 17, will see limits on houshold mixing indoors eased, and hospitality venues allowed to serve food and drink indoors.