Aldi Set To Close Hundreds Of Stores In UK This Easter Giving Staff A Day Off

Aldi Set To Close Hundreds Of Stores In UK This Easter Giving Staff A Day Off

Budget supermarket Aldi will close this coming Easter holidays as it announces that it will be giving its staff a well-earned rest over the Easter break, closing hundreds of its stores across the UK.

Confirming store opening times over the Easter bank holiday weekend, Aldi has announced that 890 stores across England and Wales will be open until 10pm on Good Friday and Easter Saturday, giving customers the chance to pick up everything they need ahead of Easter Sunday.

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Like previous years, the stores will close on Easter Sunday this year – giving staff a chance to spend some quality time with their family and friends, with shops open until 8pm on Easter Monday and then back to normal the following day.

Aldi made the decision to close its doors to customers on bank holidays in previous years, taking a similar decision back in 2022 and 2021 – with the latter year being much needed after the hectic environments experienced by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Aldi operates 990 stores across the UK, employing 42,000 people, who will be likely grateful to spend some time with family this Easter – hopefully with some nice weather.

The popular supermarket is often praised for its approach to employee time off, and over the past few years, has closed on Boxing Day to give staff a well-earned rest after the busy Christmas period.

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Featured ImageCredit: Aldi UK

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