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B&Q Christmas 2019 opening hours – what time are shops open this Christmas and New Year?

IF B&Q will be your go-to DIY stop before Christmas Day, it’s worth knowing when the shops will be open over the festive period.

Opening times vary depending on the branch so it’s best to check using its store finder tool to find out exactly when your local shop is open.

In the meantime, we’ve found out all you need to know about when the majority of B&Q’s 296 stores will be open over Christmas and New Year.

B&Q opening hours differ from store to store across the UK.

You can find your nearest B&Q and order online here.

Here’s all the essential info:

Christmas and New Year opening hours

KEEP track of when shops are open over Christmas and New Year with our handy guides.

What are B&Q’s opening hours in the days before Christmas?

All stores will be open normal hours in the run-up to Christmas Eve.

What are B&Q’s opening hours over Christmas including Christmas Eve and Boxing Day?

On Christmas Eve, B&Q will be open as usual until 4pm.

But all stores will be closed on Christmas Day nationwide.

On Boxing Day, stores will be open from 10am until 4pm.

What are B&Q’s opening hours for December 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31?

B&Q stores will be open as normal on the days between December 27 to December 31.

But on New Year's Eve, stores will be open until 4pm.

Is B&Q open on New Year's Day and January 2?

Stores will be open on New Year's Day between 10am and 4pm.

Normal opening hours will resume on January 2.

It's worth checking out Waitrose's Christmas 2019 opening hours too.

While Aldi says it will close its doors on Boxing Day to give staff a well-earned break.

Prefer to do your shopping online? Here's our guide to when to book your delivery slot from Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Ocado and Iceland.

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