Morrisons Christmas 2018 hours – what time is the supermarket open over the Christmas holiday and New Year?

So make sure you don't run out of that all-essential gravy or wine this season and know your Morrisons supermarket opening hours.

What are Morrisons opening hours in the run up to Christmas Day?

Opening hours may vary slightly from store to store so customers are advised to check your local shop’s opening times over the Christmas period online.

England/Wales

  • Friday, December 21 – 6am – midnight
  • Saturday, December 22 – 6am – midnight
  • Sunday, December 23 – 10am – 4pm
  • Christmas Eve (Dec 24) – 5am – 6pm
  • Christmas Day (Dec 25) – closed
  • Boxing Day (Dec 26) – 9am – 6pm

Scotland

  • Friday, December 21 – 6am – midnight
  • Saturday, December 22 – 6am – midnight
  • Sunday, December 23 – 6am – 8pm
  • Christmas Eve (Dec 24) – 5am – 6pm
  • Christmas Day (Dec 25) – closed
  • Boxing Day (Dec 26) – 9am – 6pm

What are Morrisons opening hours in the run up to New Year?

Here are the key dates for the majority of UK stores as we get set to welcome 2019.

England/Wales

  • Thursday Dec 27 – Normal opening hours
  • Friday Dec 28 – Normal opening hours
  • Saturday Dec 29 – Normal opening hours
  • Sunday Dec 30 – Normal opening hours
  • New Year’s Eve (Dec 31) – 6am – 6pm
  • New Year’s Day (Jan 1) – 9am – 6pm
  • Wednesday Jan 2 – Normal opening hours

Scotland

  • Thursday Dec 27 – Normal opening hours
  • Friday Dec 28 – Normal opening hours
  • Saturday Dec 29 – Normal opening hours
  • Sunday Dec 30 – Normal opening hours
  • New Year’s Eve (Dec 31) – 6am – 7pm
  • New Year’s Day (Jan 1) – 9am – 6pm
  • Wednesday Jan 2 – Normal opening hours

Festive facts for Christmas and New Year 2018/19

  • It's commonly believed that eating mine pies is illegal on Christmas Day. It really was in the 1600s thanks to Oliver Cromwell, but King Charles II rewound this crazy law.
  • Boxing Day has several origin stories which range from Victorian Church boxes and gift boxes for servants to take home, however, none are definitive – the Sun investigated why December 26 is called Boxing Day.
  • Mistletoe's mystical properties stem back to the Celts and Norse people who believed there was something mystical about the plant as the sprigs stayed green in winter even when the tree has lost its leaves. The concept of kissing under mistletoe, however, comes from an ancient Norse tale.
  • Hogmanay is the Scottish word for the last day of the year and has become synonymous with New Year’s celebrations. It is usually celebrated from New Year's Eve all the way into January 2.

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