A number of shops and pubs will reopen on the Monday after Queen’s funeral.
tesco has announced that gas stations and shops will reopen today from 5 p.m.
Jason Tarry, Chief Executive of Tesco UK, said: “We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the Royal Family and thank Her Majesty The Queen for her unwavering service.”
What time is Asda and Sainsury’s open today?
Asda and Sainsbury’s have confirmed similar moves.
Shops like Aldi, Lidl and Morrisons are closed all day
What time do pubs open after the Queen’s funeral?
Meanwhile, pubs remain open for the funeral, with Stonegate chains planning to broadcast the funeral on screens in their pubs.
JD Wetherspoon has confirmed that central London pubs, the train station and the airport will all remain open on Monday when the Queen’s funeral takes place.
The bar chain said most establishments would close for the funeral service and would not open for the day until around 1pm after the funeral.
A spokesman for the company said: “Pub company Wetherspoon will open its central London pubs, train stations and airports and all its hotels (hotels are open to resident guests only) during normal trading hours from 8am to midnight on Monday 24th September 19th .
“Most of his pubs will open later than usual after the state funeral around 1pm and will remain open during normal trading hours thereafter.”
What time does McDonald’s open today?
McDonald’s restaurants close until 5pm, while Odeon and Cineworld are also closed.
When will gas stations open again today?
Shell has announced it will close some of its petrol stations when the Queen’s funeral is held.
A Shell spokesman said: “On Sunday 18 September Shell petrol stations will be open as usual but there will be a minute’s silence at 8pm in honor of the Queen.
“We welcome customers to keep this silence with us where it is safe to do so.
“On Monday September 19th we want to make sure everyone has the opportunity to pay their respects Queen Elizabeth the second during the time of her state funeral.
“In light of this, some Shell petrol stations may be closed for a period. Please check with your local Shell petrol station for details.”
There is no direct advice to close for the Queen’s funeral as the Government is telling businesses that closing for the funeral is up to them.
Shops and businesses have the choice to close during the day or be open for reduced hours while banks would be closed.
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