Brits hoping to find a spot of DIY during the long weekend will be pleased to know they can turn to Homebase for supplies.
While many workplaces across the country will be temporarily closed Queen’s BirthdayHome improvement shop will remain open.
That means people who prefer to lift a toolbelt instead of hoisting a Union Jack at their home Street party are in luck.
So here’s everything you need to know about when Homebase will be open during the bank holiday.
Is Homebase Open on Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday?
Yes! Homebase will be open Wednesday, June 1 through Saturday, June 4.
The DIY chain is set to open its doors from 9 am to 6 pm.
However, it will depend on the store.
How can I find my local store opening hours?
The best way to find out whether your nearest branch is open or not is to go online.
The company has a page dedicated to information on its individual branches.
For the information you need, visit diy.com/find-a-store
Is Platinum Jubilee Delivery on Bank Holidays and Weekends?
Homebase normally offers a range of delivery services – including next or designated day delivery.
This means that if anything in the store is too heavy for you to take home, you can order online or in-store and have it brought to you.
Delivery may cost extra – depending on how large your items are.
And Homebase doesn’t do Sunday deliveries throughout the year.
To check whether your branch can deliver during bank holidays, Find out here.
Are there any promotional offers during the Bank Holiday?
Homebase currently has some great offers for Jubilee Weekend.
The £150 Jubilee Bundle is live on the store’s website – meaning you can get more for less this weekend.
Simply add eligible products to your basket and the discount will apply.
We suggest you visit deal section Homebase website.
There are currently promotions for 20 percent off all gardening, garden furniture and barbecues – so you can host a jubilee party from the comfort of your home.
Which bank holidays are left in 2022?
If you’re working this bank holiday don’t worry—there’s more to enjoy before the year ends.
Next is only for those who live in Northern Ireland.
Tuesday, July 12 marks the Battle of the Boyne.
Those living in Scotland get a summer bank holiday on Monday, 1 August.
England and Wales will celebrate their next bank holiday on Monday, 29 August.
The Scots get another day off on Wednesday, 30 November.
The final halls of the year take place at the end of the year, including Monday, December 26 – Boxing Day.
Christmas Day itself is not a bank holiday, although there is a substitute day this year on Tuesday, December 27.
Officiating holidays are used when the bank holiday falls on a weekend.
The employer is not required to give you paid leave on bank or public holidays.