Sainsbury’s Easter shopping opening hours

Here are the Easter 2015 bank holiday weekend opening times for Sainsbury’s Welwyn Garden City and the supermarket chain’s Potters Bar and London Colney stores.

* WELWYN GARDEN CITY

44 Church Road, WGC.

Easter opening times:

Wednesday, April 1: 7am-11pm.

Thursday, April 2: 7am-11pm.

Good Friday, April 3: 7am-11pm.

Saturday, April 4: 7am-11pm.

Easter Sunday, April 5: CLOSED.

Easter Monday, April 6: 9am-7pm.

Tuesday, April 7: 7am-11pm.

* POTTERS BAR

7-8 Sainsbury Centre, Darkes Lane.

Easter opening hours:

Wednesday, April 1: 7am-8pm.

Thursday, April 2: 7am-8pm.

Good Friday, April 3: 7am-9pm.

Saturday, April 4: 8am-8pm.

Easter Sunday, April 5: CLOSED.

Easter Monday, April 6: 9am-7pm.

Tuesday, April 7: 7am-8pm.

* LONDON COLNEY

Colney Fields Shopping Park, London Colney, St Albans.

Easter opening times:

Wednesday, April 1: Midnight-11.59pm.

Thursday, April 2: Midnight-11.59pm.

Good Friday, April 3: Midnight-11.59pm.

Saturday, April 4: Midnight-11.59pm.

Easter Sunday, April 5: CLOSED.

Easter Monday, April 6: 9am-7pm.

Tuesday, April 7: Midnight-11.59pm.

* ST ALBANS

Everard Close, St Albans.

Opening times:

Wednesday, April 1: 7am-10pm.

Thursday, April 2: 7am-10pm.

Good Friday, April 3: 7am-8pm.

Saturday, April 4: 7am-10pm.

Easter Sunday, April 5: CLOSED.

Easter Monday, April 6: 9am-7pm.

Tuesday, April 7: 7am-10pm.

* HERTFORD

Superstore, Hartham Lane, Hertford.

Opening times:

Wednesday, April 1: 7am-10pm.

Thursday, April 2: 7am-10pm.

Good Friday, April 3: 7am-10pm.

Saturday, April 4: 7am-10pm.

Easter Sunday, April 5: CLOSED.

Easter Monday, April 6: 9am-7pm.

Tuesday, April 7: 7am-10pm.

* HARPENDEN

31 High Street, Harpenden.

Opening times:

Wednesday, April 1: 7am-9pm.

Thursday, April 2: 7am-9pm.

Good Friday, April 3: 7am-8pm.

Saturday, April 4: 7am-9pm.

Easter Sunday, April 5: CLOSED.

Easter Monday, April 6: 9am-7pm.

Tuesday, April 7: 7am-9pm.

* For other Sainsbury’s across the country, visit the Sainsbury’s store locator.

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