Wireless Social has said total footfall on Sunday was the ”largest jump we have seen in weeks”.

It said the sunny bank holiday had encouraged people to “get out and about again”.

Broken down into some of the key regions, it said Liverpool was down just 13% behind pre-lockdown footfall figures, with a 25% jump on the previous week.

The West End of London showed footfall in slight growth, with it nearing 55% down on February figures.

In Glasgow, after having a few weeks of minimal growth, the city saw more people out and about last weekend, with growth up 8% on Saturday and 10% on Sunday.

However, footfall in Edinburgh fell slightly for the first time in a few weeks.