Some supermarkets’ opening hours may change during the May Bank Holiday weekend, Saturday, April 29, Sunday, April 30, and Monday, May 1, and shoppers are advised to check their local branch in advance to avoid disappointment. Although some small businesses could be closed on Monday May 1, most clothing stores, restaurants and pubs will be open as normal.
Supermarket opening times during May Bank Holiday weekend
Tesco announced it will be open as normal over the weekend with larger stores operating 6am or 7am to 10pm or midnight, depending on location.
On Monday, May 1, all Tesco stores will open at 8am and close at 6pm or 8pm, instead of their usual 10pm or 24-hour service.
All Tesco Express stores will be open as normal from 6am or 7am until 10pm or midnight.
Asda will be open from 6am or 7am to 10pm over the weekend although on Sunday it will open from 10am or 11am, until 4pm or 5pm, depending on the store.
On Monday 1, all Asda stores, including Asda 24-hour, will be operating 8am to 8pm but some could be opening their doors a little earlier, at 7am.
Morrisons will open from 6am or 7am to 10pm or 11pm on Saturday and from 10am or 11am until 4pm or 5pm on Sunday, depending on location.
On May 1, most Morrisons will operate from 7am until 8pm in England and Wales and 7am until 10pm in Scotland. However, times could vary depending on the location of the store.
Larger Sainsbury’s will open at 6am or 7am and close at 10pm or 11pm on Saturday depending on size and store location.
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On Sunday they will follow their usual opening hours, from 10am until 4pm in England and Wales.
On Monday, May 1 the supermarket announced it will operate from 8am until 8pm although Sainsbury’s Local will open from 7am to 10pm or 11pm as usual.
The supermarket will open its doors at the usual time (8am) on May 1 but will close at 8pm, and Scottish stores will remain open until 10pm.
On Saturday, Aldi stores will open at 8am and close at 10pm, and on Sunday, from 10am until 4pm, or 11am until 5pm depending on location.
Lidl will open as usual on Saturday and Sunday, from 8am until 10pm on Saturday, April 29, and from 10am to 4pm or 11am to 5pm on Sunday, April 30.
On the Bank Holiday Monday, most Lidl branches in England and Wales will operate at reduced times, from 8am until 8pm although shops in Scotland will close at 10pm.
Most Waitrose stores will open from 9am to 6pm on Bank Holiday Monday but some Little Waitrose shops could open from 7am to 10pm.
However, shoppers are advised to check their local branch operating hours in advance.
Co-op opening times could vary and some “may open later and close earlier than normal” depending on location.
The supermarket advised customers to “check opening times for your local Co-op online”.
Iceland announced that it will be open over the Bank Holiday weekend and most branches will operate from 7am or 8am until 7pm. In some towns, Iceland shops could be open until 9pm. Customers are advised to check their local supermarket opening hours online.
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