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Manchester supermarket opening hours May bank holiday 2022: what time do Lidl and Asda open and close today?

Many supermarkets such as Tesco will be operating at different hours on the May Day bank holiday.

Supermarkets all over the country are changing their usual opening hours today, due to the May Day bank holiday.

Some staff will either have the whole day off, or work shorter hours.

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This is the last bank holiday until June.

When is the May Day bank holiday?

The May Day bank holiday this year falls on Monday, 2 May 2022, meaning people around the country will enjoy a three day weekend.

What are the supermarket opening times in Manchester?

Morrisons - Openshaw

  • Monday 2 May: 7am - 8pm

Visit the Morrisons store locator for more information on opening times at stores located near you.

<strong>Tesco</strong> - Salford Extra

Monday 2 May: 8am - 6pm

*Please note the altered hours impact the superstores, and not the petrol station operating hours. Express stores around Manchester will also operate on different opening times too.

Visit the Tesco store locator for more information on opening times at stores located near you.

Aldi - White City retail park

  • Monday 2 May: 8am - 8pm 

Visit the Aldi store locator for more information on opening times at stores located near you.

<strong>Lidl</strong> - Piccadilly Gardens

  • Monday 2 May: 8am - 8pm

Visit the Lidl store locator for more information on opening times at stores located near you.

<strong>Asda</strong> - Trafford Park

Monday 2 May: 7:30am - 8pm

Visit the Asda store locator for more information on opening times at stores located near you.

Sainsbury’s - Heaton Park

  • Monday 2 May: 8am - 8pm

Visit the Sainsbury’s store locator for more information on opening times at stores located near you.

Waitrose - Cheadle Hulme

  • Monday 2 May: 8am - 8pm

Visit the Waitrose store locator for more information on opening times at stores located near you.

Co-op - Spinningfields

  • Monday 2 May: 7am - 11pm

Visit the co-op store locator for more information on opening times at stores located near you.

What will the weather in Manchester be like for the May Day bank holiday?

It’s disappointing news for those who were hoping to get out and about on the May Day bank holiday.

Despite the low chance of rain, it is a cloudy day all day in Manchester, with little chance of sun too.

The highest temperature predicted on the day is 15C whilst the lowest temperature is 9C

The Met Office provides a long range weather forecast for the UK, and this one is from 1 May to 10 May.

They say: “Throughout the start of May, much of the south is likely to see continuing dry and sunny spells. Parts of the north and west are more likely to experience cloudier conditions, with spells of mainly light rain or showers at times.

“Winds are expected to remain light and temperatures staying above average for most, but parts of the southeast may experience colder mornings and some late season frost.

“Moving through the period, the weather is likely to become more unsettled in northern and perhaps some central areas, bringing spells of rain and potentially some cooler air at times, whereas it’s probable southern areas will remain more settled throughout.

“Temperatures are likely to be above normal for the rest of the country.”