The popular beer garden will be allowing customers back in as of July 4 in line with government guidelines.
Announcing the news on Facebook, they said: "Just a quick announcement to confirm that Charters will be reopening on Saturday, July 4.
"For the safety of our Customers and Staff we will be adhering to the Government Guidelines as follows.
"We will be opening at Midday to 11pm. We will be seating customers in the garden and offering table service only. We will be offering limited seating inside the venue again on the basis of table service only.
"We will not be accepting bookings at this time. Please be patient whilst we try to resume service. We will update you all again on July 1. We look forward to seeing you."
Although they are just reopening, it won't be the first time the manager has returned to work.
Staff regularly went to the pub to clear out rubbish including drug paraphernalia from their premises, after being left by members of public.
A Facebook post from the London Road venue urged people to be responsible with their actions, asking them not to leave any litter when using their garden and help keep it tidy: "I am currently furloughed but am having to come in every day to make the venue safe, free from broken glass and drugs paraphernalia. If you are using our garden whilst we are shut, I ask you to take all your rubbish away and keep our lovely garden like you would want yours kept."