While there aren’t many options in place for entertainment this bank holiday weekend, with hospitality and entertainment venues still closed, doing some DIY and home improvements is always a productive way to spend your time at home. DIY stores have been permitted to stay open during the current lockdown as they are classed as essential retailers.
Is The Range open on Easter Sunday?
The Range is open on Easter Sunday – but store times have been amended.
According to the Range website, stores will be open from 10.30am to 4.30pm on Easter Sunday.
However, times may vary, so it is best to check ahead with your local store before making a journey.
The Range website reads: “As we stock thousands of essential everyday products across 184 stores, we received confirmation from Trading Standards that we could remain open during the first lockdown.
“We can confirm that, just like the first time, all our stores will remain open during the current lockdown and continue to trade our full offer in a safe and responsible way.”
For Republic of Ireland and Wales customers, The Range has also launched a Reserve & Collect system.
However, stores will reopen in Scotland on Monday, April 5 “for browsing and Click & Collect”, according to the Dunelm website.
Dunelm holds all click and collect orders for seven days, and encourages shoppers to incorporate their collection into an essential trip.
Click and collect is not available in Northern Ireland, but home delivery services are still running.
You will need to check opening times for Dunelm stores near you using its location finder.