THERE will be a one-way system when Brighton Palace Pier reopens on Saturday.

Visitors will be encouraged to follow paw-print markings on the floor designed to encourage social distancing and reduce the risk of transmitting coronavirus.

The Palace Pier has also outlined other safety measures it is putting in place ahead of the reopening, including a reduced capacity and daily temperature checks for staff. Visitors could also have their temperature taken as a condition of entry.

There will be safety notices to promote social distancing in queues, on rides and in the arcades. Seats could be left empty between people on the rides. Staff will regularly disinfect commonly touched areas and deep clean if someone has symptoms of the virus. There will be hand sanitiser dispensers and staff will wear PPE.

Visitors can buy tickets online and pre-book spots at the pier’s Palm Court restaurant.

Argus readers can win tickets to be the first back on Brighton Palace Pier. Five families will pass through the gates 15 minutes before everyone else. They will be given a family ride free wristband and gold-leaf ice creams. One winner will be chosen each day this week.

Visit to enter.