Marks & Spencer August Bank Holiday shopping opening times

20:22 21 August 2014

Here are the August Bank Holiday 2014 opening times for Marks and Spencer in Welwyn Garden City and St Albans, and the shopping hours for the chain’s superstore in London Colney and outlet in the Galleria, Hatfield.

* Marks & Spencer, Howard Centre, Welwyn Garden City

Friday, August 22: 8am – 6pm.

Saturday, August 23: 8am – 6pm.

Sunday, August 24: 11am – 5pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, August, 25: 10am – 5pm.

Tuesday, August 26: 8am – 6pm.

* Marks & Spencer, Colney Fields Shopping Park, London Colney

Friday, August 22: 8am – 9pm.

Saturday, August 23: 8am – 8pm.

Sunday, August 24: 11am – 5pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, August 25: 10am – 6pm.

Tuesday, August 26: 8am – 9pm.

* Marks & Spencer Outlet, The Galleria, Hatfield

Friday, August 22: 10am to 8pm.

Saturday, August 23: 10am – 6pm.

Sunday, August 24: 11am – 5pm

Bank Holiday Monday, August 25: 10am – 6pm.

Tuesday, August 26: 10am – 8pm.

* Marks & Spencer, St Peter’s Street, St Albans

Friday, August 22: 8am – 7pm.

Saturday, August 23: 8am – 7pm.

Sunday, August 24: 11am – 5pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, August 25: 10am – 6pm.

Tuesday, August 26: 8am – 7pm.

* For other Marks & Spencer stores around the country, visit here.

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