B&Q August Bank Holiday 2022 opening times: What time are stores open today? | The Sun
DIY store B&Q is open this August bank holiday weekend, because some chores cannot wait.
This means that anyone who has been putting off their home projects can get to work over the long weekend.
Is B&Q open over the Platinum Jubilee bank holiday?
B&Q knows how much we Brits love DIY, especially over a three day weekend, so most stores will be staying open.
B&Q is usually open from 8am to 8pm Monday to Saturday and that doesn't look to change over the bank holiday.
Opening hours vary between stores though, so it's best to check with the locator tool from B&Q so you know when your closest store is open over the bank holiday.
On Sundays the store is typically open between 10am and 4pm and these times are unaffected by the bank holiday.
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How can I find the opening hours for my local B&Q store?
Double check your local shop is open for business by clicking online to the brand's store finder.
On here you can be sure of the exact opening hours for your nearest store.
Is B&Q delivering over the Platinum Jubilee bank holiday and weekend?
Home delivery is operating as normal over the holiday, but high demand means your order might take a bit longer than usual.
Standard delivery costs £5, but it's free for orders over £50.
B&Q can usually deliver on a typical Sunday so this won't change for the weekend.
But times for delivery services can range from 3 days to 5 weeks so it's unlikely you'll get your order in time for the bank holiday anyway.
For orders that are larger than parcel, the store offer a named day delivery service but the cost might go up to £10 depending on just how big all your new DIY gear is.
Click and collect is free at the store though, so if you are ready to pick up your items next day then you can do so at your local store.
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What bank holidays are left in 2022?
After the August bank holiday weekend, there are only three UK bank holidays left this year.
Next up we'll get a Monday off at the end of the summer on August 29 to catch the last of the sunshine.
These are the remaining bank holidays in 2022:
- Sunday, December 25 (Christmas Day)
- Monday, December 26 (Boxing Day)
- Tuesday, December 27 (Christmas Holiday)
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Full-time workers in the UK are legally entitled to 28 days of paid leave a year – this sometimes includes bank holidays depending on your employer.
You can figure out how many days of holiday you are entitled to by taking the number of days a week you work and multiplying that number by 5.6.
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