If you’re feeling a little worse for wear after a heavy New Year’s Eve, why not pop along to your local Asda to pick up some painkillers or much needed sweet treats to perk you up. Even though the supermarket was closed on Christmas Day, it will open its doors for this particular bank holiday. However, Asda is operating shorter hours than usual on New Year’s Day.
What time does Asda open tomorrow?
Asda will be operating different hours than usual, despite New Year’s Day being on a Tuesday.
This means stores will be open a bit later at about 10am and close at 5pm.
However, all stores will be different, so check your local Asda’s opening hours before dragging yourself out of bed and venturing into the cold outdoors.
Why is New Year’s Day a bank holiday?
The first day of the year is celebrated around the world.
Celebrations include fireworks at the stroke of midnight, as the new year started in each time zone.
Other new year traditions include making New Year’s resolutions or calling loved ones to wish them good health.
What bank holidays follow New Year’s Day?
The next bank holiday will be Good Friday, on Friday, April 19.
Easter Monday will follow on Monday, April 22.
Monday, May 6 will be an early May bank holiday.
Spring bank holiday follows on Monday, May 27.
A summer bank holiday will take place on Monday, August 28.
Then the festive celebrations start again as Christmas Day bank holiday is on Wednesday, December 25.