Halifax's Acapulco Nightclub provides latest statement on reopening
The popular Acapulco Nightclub has provided a latest statement on whether the venue will reopen in the coming days.
The Acapulco, on Waterhouse Street, which has been dubbed as 'the oldest night club in the UK', will temporarily remain closed until further notice after shutting its doors for the first in its 59-year history back in March.
A spokesman from the venue said the decision to remain closed is due to health and safety concerns amid the coronavirus pandemic.
He said: "We have made this decision with the interest of the health of our staff, customers and their families, including ultimately the general public of Halifax and the surrounding areas that currently we remain closed for the moment, however we look to reopen soon.
"We have prepared for a reopen with many policies and procedures put in place and are ready for opening safely.
"We're waiting for further guidance from the Government, and Government based task forces before we open.
"We have been inundated with messages of support from many of our customers, all wanting to know when we will be reopened, and currently we don't have a date, we hope however this will be in the near future.
"However, once we have a reopening date this will be on our social media, website and in local press
"We know how much everyone is looking forward to our re-open and how much 'The Aca' means to many people of Halifax and surrounding areas.
"This is the only time The Acapulco has been closed in its 59-year history.
"Once it is safe to do so, our doors will be back open and we will be entertaining people like we have done for the past 59 years.
"We're looking forward to giving the best of entertainment and value for money once again, very soon."