Waitrose August Bank Holiday shopping opening times

Here are the August Bank Holiday 2014 opening hours for Waitrose in Welwyn Garden City and the shopping times for branches in Stevenage, St Albans, Harpenden and Hertford, as well as the M25 outlet at South Mimms Services near Potters Bar.

* Waitrose, Bridge Road, Welwyn Garden City

Friday, August 22: 7am – 9pm.

Saturday, August 23: 7am – 8pm.

Sunday, August 24: 11am – 5pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, August 25: 9am to 6pm.

Tuesday, August 26: 7am to 9pm.

* Waitrose, Bircherley Green Shopping Centre, Hertford

Friday, August 22: 8am – 8pm.

Saturday, August 23: 8am – 8pm.

Sunday, August 24: 10am – 4pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, August 25: 9am to 6pm.

Tuesday, August 26: 8am to 8pm.

* Waitrose, High Street, Stevenage

Friday, August 22: 8am – 8pm.

Saturday, August 23: 8am – 8pm.

Sunday, August 24: 10am – 4pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, August 25: 9am to 6pm.

Tuesday, August 26: 8am to 8pm.

* Waitrose, Ermine Close, St Albans

Friday, August 22: 8am – 9pm.

Saturday, August 23: 8am – 8pm.

Sunday, August 24: 11am – 5pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, August 25: 9am to 6pm.

Tuesday, August 26: 8am to 9pm.

* Waitrose at South Mimms Services

M25 Motorway, Junction 23, Potters Bar

Friday, August 22: 7am – 11pm.

Saturday, August 23: 7am – 11pm.

Sunday, August 24: 7am – 11pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, August 25: Closed.

Tuesday, August 26: 7am to 11pm.

* Waitrose, Leyton Road, Harpenden

Friday, August 22: 8am – 9pm.

Saturday, August 23: 8am – 8pm.

Sunday, August 24: 10am – 4pm.

Bank Holiday Monday, August 25: 9am to 6pm.

Tuesday, August 26: 8am to 9pm.

* Your local store not listed? Visit here to find other Waitrose branches around the country.

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