Marks & Spencer May Spring Bank Holiday shopping opening hours

20:55 23 May 2014

Here are the May Spring Bank Holiday 2014 opening times for Marks and Spencer in Welwyn Garden City and St Albans, its superstore in London Colney and outlet store in the Galleria, Hatfield.

* Marks & Spencer, Howard Centre, Welwyn Garden City

Saturday, May 24: 8am – 6pm.

Sunday, May 25: 11am – 5pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 10am – 5pm.

Tuesday, May 27: 8am – 6pm.

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

Saturday, May 24: 8am – 8pm.

Sunday, May 25: 11am – 5pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 10am – 6pm.

Tuesday, May 27: 8am – 9pm.

* Marks & Spencer Outlet, The Galleria, Hatfield

Saturday, May 24: 10am – 6pm.

Sunday, May 25: 11am – 5pm

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 10am to 6pm.

Tuesday, May 27: 10am to 8pm.

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

Saturday, May 24: 8am – 7pm.

Sunday, May 25: 11am – 5pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 10am – 6pm.

Tuesday, May 27: 8am – 7pm.

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