SUPERMARKET opening times are slightly different over the Bank Holiday weekend. But the Co-op is still open today, and if you need to stock up on supplies, we explain everything you need to know about its opening times. When is the Co-op open on May Bank Holiday Monday? The Co-op also hasn't published its opening times for the bank holiday weekend. We've checked a few branches using its store opening times tool online to give you an idea of what to expect. It appears its shops will be open over Bank Holiday Monday. Shops usually open around 6am or 7am, and close at 10pm or 11pm. The Co-op has more than 2,000 stores in the UK. But you might want to check to see if your local branch's opening times are different to what they usually are today because of the Bank Holiday. Is the Co-op delivering over May Bank Holiday Monday? It looks like you can still order your big shop at the Co-op today. Delivery is still available for you to receive your groceries … [Read more...] about Co-op May Bank Holiday 2021 opening times: What time do shops open today?
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Chic and timeless, the animal print is still reigning supreme and Holly Willoughby is clearly a fan of the trend. The This Morning presenter can be seen channeling vintage glamour in her latest photo on Instagram , which shows her wearing a stunning animal print dress with a pair of block heel sandals , both from high street favourite Marks & Spencer . It’s the perfect weekend outfit, if you ask us, and thankfully you can still get it from M&S stores and online at marksandspencer.com . M&S Collection Animal Print Tie Neck Midi Waisted Dress , £39.50 - buy here now M&S Collection Ankle Strap Open Toe Sandals , £25 - buy here now Instagram In the caption of her beautiful snap, Holly said: "It’s a bit grey out there... Looking forward to better weather so I can show off this gorgeous animal-print midi dress from @marksandspencer." Many fans of Holly were quick to compliment the star on her latest look. "You make everything look … [Read more...] about Shopping & Deals
At a time when the Malaysian performing arts industry is slowly reopening and picking itself up from a series of unprecedented shutdowns, the introduction of a new theatre space is a bold move, signalling the continued support for the arts here. The Petaling Jaya Performing Arts Centre (PJPac), a multi-purpose arts venue situated in the 1Utama shopping centre, will officially open its doors to the public on May 25. PJPac was originally slated for a March opening but it was postponed due to the movement control order being reimplemented in January. “The pandemic has been tough on our performing arts scene, we can't help but see the opening of PJPac as a silver lining. Our main purpose is to create a world class arts destination for the people of Petaling Jaya and the nation... to give them a more diverse range of performances in arts and culture," says Brian Kwan, PJPac’s theatre manager. Located at 1 Utama E in Petaling Jaya, the 2,752sq m venue takes up three floors, with a … [Read more...] about Malaysia’s new performing arts venue PJPac set to open its doors in May
Tokyo Skytree is seen as people walk on the shopping street near Sensoji temple, during Japan’s “Golden Week” holidays in Tokyo on May 2, 2021. (Photo by Philip FONG / AFP) TOKYO—An online petition in Japan calling for the Tokyo Olympics to be canceled has garnered more than 200,000 signatures in the past few days, as public concerns mount over holding the Games in a pandemic. With less than three months to go before the start of the summer Olympics, already postponed for a year due to the coronavirus, questions still remain over how Tokyo can hold the global event and keep volunteers, athletes, officials and the Japanese public safe from COVID-19. In two days since its launch, an online campaign https://www.change.org/p/cancel-the-tokyo-olympics-to-protect-our-lives-stoptokyoolympic called “Stop Tokyo Olympics” has gathered over 210,000 signatures, exceeding its initial 200,000 goal. Facing a fourth wave of the pandemic and struggling with a slow vaccination rate, residents … [Read more...] about Anti-Olympics campaign gains traction online in Japan amid COVID-19 fears
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