McDonald's has unveiled the location of the first 280 restaurants reopening today, with branches in central Sutton and Wallington being named as two of the lucky sites.

The fast-food chain shut down all of its sites in March at the start of UK lockdown, but following the further easing of restrictions, McDonald's has announced the reopening of the branches selected for walk-in takeaway on June 24.

McDonald's on Sutton High Street and in Asda Wallington (Marlowe Way) will see the return.

The restaurant chain has also announced McMuffin fans will have the chance to order breakfast- with 42 pilot restaurants including, North Cheam and Oldfields Road, introducing a limited breakfast menu from today.

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A series of measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus has been put in place.

In a statement posted online, McDonald's said: "Today, over 280 restaurants in town and city centres will open their doors for walk-in take away service.

"The safety and wellbeing of our employees, customers and delivery partner couriers is our priority.

"We have introduced floor markings, additional Perspex screens and hand sanitising stations for you.

"We will restrict numbers inside our restaurants and additional staff will control the flow of people in and out of the restaurant.

"We are delighted to welcome you back inside and we will do our best to keep you safe but we need your help too.

"Please follow the government social distancing guidance if you need to queue outside of our restaurants and make use of the safety measures we have introduced once you are inside."

"We are still offering a limited menu and ask you to cap your spend at £25, using contactless payment methods wherever possible."