Tesco May Spring Bank Holiday shopping opening hours

20:50 23 May 2014

Here are the May Spring Bank Holiday 2014 opening times for Tesco Extra in Hatfield and the supermarket’s branches in Potters Bar, Welwyn Garden City, Welwyn, St Albans, Hertford and Stevenage, Hertfordshire.

* Tesco Extra, Oldings Corner, Hatfield

Saturday, May 24: Open until midnight.

Sunday, May 25: 10am – 4pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 9am – 6pm.

Tuesday, May 27: Open from midnight onwards.

* Tesco Superstore, Mutton Lane, Potters Bar

Saturday, May 24: Open until midnight.

Sunday, May 25: 10am – 4pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 9am – 6pm.

Tuesday, May 27: Open from 6am onwards.

* Tesco Express, Mutton Lane, Potters Bar

Saturday, May 24: Open until 11pm.

Sunday, May 25: 6am – 11pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 6am – 11pm.

Tuesday, May 27: 6am – 11pm.

* Tesco Express, Moors Walk, Welwyn Garden City

Saturday, May 24: 6am – 11pm.

Sunday, May 25: 6am – 11pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 6am – 11pm.

Tuesday, May 27: 6am – 11pm.

* Tesco Express, High Street, Welwyn

Saturday, May 24: 6am – 10pm.

Sunday, May 25: 6am – 10pm.

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

Tuesday, May 27: 6am – 10pm.

* Tesco Broadwater Superstore, Stevenage

Saturday, May 24: 6am – midnight.

Sunday, May 25: Noon – 6pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 9am – 6pm.

Tuesday, May 27: 6am to midnight.

* Tesco Extra, The Forum, Stevenage

Saturday, May 24: Open until midnight.

Sunday, May 25: 10am – 4pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 9am – 6pm.

Tuesday, May 27: Open midnight onwards.

* Tesco Superstore, Ware Road, Hertford

Saturday, May 24: Open until midnight.

Sunday, May 25: 10am – 4pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 9am – 6pm.

Tuesday, May 27: Open from 6am onwards.

* Tesco Metro, St Peter’s Street, St Albans

Saturday, May 24: 7am – 10pm.

Sunday, May 25: 11am – 5pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 9am – 6pm.

Tuesday, May 27: 7am – 10pm.

* Tesco Express, Hatfield Road, St Albans

Saturday, May 24: 6am – 11pm.

Sunday, May 25: 6am – 11pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 6am – 11pm.

Tuesday, May 27: 6am – 11pm

* Tesco Express, Jersey Farm, St Albans

Saturday, May 24: 7am – 11pm.

Sunday, May 25: 7am – 11pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, May 26: 7am – 11pm.

Tuesday, May 27: 7am – 11pm

* Tesco Express, High Street, Wheathampstead

Saturday, May 24: 6am – 10pm.

Sunday, May 25: 6am – 10pm.

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

Tuesday, May 27: 6am – 10pm

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