MARKS and Spencer shoppers will be keen to know what time the retailer's stores are open over the bank holiday.
Some shops and supermarkets reduce hours on public holidays to give staff some much-needed time off.
That means M&S may change hours across many of its stores on August 28, so you'll want to make a note of their opening times.
The posh supermarket has more than 300 stores across the UK and you can find your local by using the store locator tool on its website.
When will M&S be open over the bank holiday?
Opening times at M&S stores will vary so it's always best to check your local store to avoid disappointment.
Stores in petrol stations, for example, are often open 24 hours a day.
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But some stores in England, Scotland and Wales will have shorter hours on August 28.
You can go to the M&S website and use the store finder tool to check branch opening hours.
You can find your nearest store by typing your postcode into the tool on the M&S website or on the M&S app.
What are other businesses doing?
Most businesses – including shops, attractions and restaurants, will remain open over the bank holiday.
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Supermarkets, department stores and smaller retailers will have their doors open, but times may change.
Most retailers will have their opening times listed on their websites, so make sure to check before heading out.
The opening times of stores generally vary depending on the location and size of the store.
Public transport timings also vary on a bank holiday weekend, so ensure you check the timetables to avoid any travel troubles.
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