IF you're planning a visit to Asda this weekend to stock up on groceries,we have the details on the bank holiday opening hours.
This weekend is the late spring bank holiday, with Monday a national holiday.
Most supermarkets, including Asda, have changed their opening hours because of the coronavirus outbreak.
All 24-hour shops, for example, have reduced opening hours to allow staff extra time to clean shops.
There are also special timing slots for some groups including NHS staff.
This weekend Asda supermarkets are open but opening hours have changed slightly.
On Saturday and Sunday they will open as usual but for the bank holiday on Monday hours are slightly reduced.
This is the second bank holiday in May, following the early holiday for VE day on May 8.
It's also the last bank holiday weekend until the winter.
Asda opening hours for the late May bank holiday weekend
Asda is open as normal on Saturday and Sunday but hours have changed for Monday.
Opening hours vary between branches so check the Asda store finder to find the opening hours of your local branch.
Saturday, May 23
All of Asda's shops will be open as usual on Saturday.
Most will open at 8am and close at 10pm.
Sunday, May 24
Asda shops are open from 10am to 4pm today, inline with Sunday trading hours.
NHS and care workers are currently being prioritised in larger stores every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8am to 9am and on Sundays between 9am to 10am for browsing.
Monday, May 25
On Monday shops will open from 8am to 8pm.
Usually shops are open until 10pm but hours are being reduced because of the bank holiday.
There are 341 Asda shops in the UK.
When are the bank holiday dates for 2020?
Here is the full list of upcoming 2020 bank holidays in England and Wales.
Dates in Scotland and Northern Ireland vary.
- Monday, May 25 (Spring Bank Holiday)
- Monday, August 31 (Summer Bank Holiday)
- Friday, December 25 (Christmas Day)
- Monday, December 28 (substitute Boxing Day)
Several shops are reopening branches for the bank holiday including Furniture Village, Poundland, and Ikea.
Changes to pubs and restaurants have also been announced, in preparation for them to reopen.
While fast food chains, including McDonald's have also started reopening.
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