Which shops are open this bank holiday Monday?
Brits had an extra day off due to the coronation of King Charles III, meaning May has been filled with bank holiday fun this year.
The third and last bank holiday this month, on May 29, is only days away.
But how much of normal life will carry on during the bank holiday and which shops and restaurants will stay open?
Here are the key details for you to keep in mind.
Which supermarkets will be open on bank holiday Monday?
The majority of supermarkets and grocery shops will be open on the bank holiday Monday. However, their opening hours might slightly differ.
Here is a look at all the major supermarkets’ opening times on May 29.
Sainsbury’s – Most larger stores will be open from 8am to 8pm.
Tesco – Larger stores and Tesco Metros will be open at slightly reduced hours from 8am to 8pm.
Asda – Most stores will open from 7am to 8pm.
Morrisons – Most stores will be open from 7am to 8pm.
Waitrose – Stores will be open from 8am to 8pm.
Aldi – Stores will be open from 8am to 8pm.
Lidl – Some Lidl stores will be open between 8am and 8pm, while others will close at 10pm.
Co-Op – Opening times vary by location.
Which clothes stores will be open on bank holiday Monday?
Almost all major retail and clothing stores will be open on bank holiday Monday.
Similarly, shopping centres such as Westfield London will be operating, too.
However, like supermarkets, they may change their opening and closing hours, so customers should check their local store openings before they visit.
Which coffee shops and restaurants will be open on bank holiday Monday?
For those eager to enjoy their bank holiday with a cup of coffee they haven’t had to prepare or meet their loved ones for a meal out, coffee shops and restaurants are set to welcome customers.
From Starbucks and Costa to Nando’s and Wagamama, the options for your bank holiday outing will be endless.