Cultural facilities to reopen
Culture Perth and Kinross (CPK) will confirm in the next few days how it will reopen facilities across the region.
Museums, libraries and other cultural bases have been closed for the duration of the coronavirus lockdown.
But last week, they were given the green light to start welcoming visitors again from July 15 as the region continues to move out of lockdown.
A spokesperson for CPK told the PA on Friday:“Culture Perth and Kinross is delighted that the latest phase of lockdown restrictions have now been eased.
“We will now be proceeding with plans to re-establish some of our key services.
“We will be announcing details of what the services will be and how and where these can be accessed early next week.”
CPK is responsible for the likes of Perth Museum and Art Gallery, The Fergusson Gallery and Alyth Museum as well as the region’s libraries.