The May Bank Holiday could provide the perfect opportunity for a spot of DIY and spring cleaning – especially as the weather is forecast to get cooler.
So for anyone wanting to pick up extra supplies for their do it yourself projects, we’ve compiled the opening times of local stores.
Hull has several branches of B&Q, including St Andrew’s Quay and Ferry Lane in Hull as well as Rawcliffle Road, Goole, and Bessingby Road, Bridlington.
All are open from 7am until 8pm on Monday.
Hull has one branch of the store, which provides all the home essentials, on Sainbury Way. It also boasts lengthy opening hours this May Day monday, opening from 7am until 8pm.
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The Prospect Centre is open from 10:30am until 4:30pm on Monday.
The branches on Hessle Road and in Bransholme are open 9am-5pm.
There’s one branch of Wickes locally any anyone wanting to visit the DIY store on the bank holiday will be happy to hear it is open as normal on Monday, from 7am until 8pm.
The Range sells everything from furniture to kitchen equipment, so anyone looking to buy a new toaster on their day off could be in luck. The branch on Pearson Way, Hull, is open from 9am until 6pm on Monday.
All the stores maintain their usual Sunday opening hours.
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