Supermarkets chains and high street retailers have said they will shut next Monday due to the Queen’s funeral.

Grocery giants Sainsbury’s and Aldi have become the latest retailers to tell shoppers they will keep stores shut on September 19, which has been confirmed as a bank holiday as the Queen’s state funeral takes place.

Primark and John Lewis confirmed closure plans earlier on Monday.

Sainsbury’s said it will shut its main supermarkets and Argos shops on the day of the funeral, but said will keep convenience shops and petrol filling stations open during the evening.

Retailers are not required to shut their doors on the day of the funeral, and others may choose to open for reduced hours, as many regularly do on other bank holidays.

The Government guidance is: “Some businesses may wish to consider closing or postponing events, especially on the day of the state funeral, however, this is at the discretion of individual businesses.”

Here is a full list of businesses which have confirmed they will shut on Monday.

Shops and businesses closed in Ledbury for Queen's funeral

  • Alexander Park, Pixley
  • The Nest, Little Verzons Farm
  • Tesco, Orchard Lane
  • RM Jones Farm Centre, Ross Road
  • CCR Vape Bar, The Homend
  • Aldi, Leadon Way
  • The Woodshed, Eastnor
  • Halo Ledbury Swimming Pool, Lawnside Road
  • Homebase, Leadon Way

Shops and businesses closed in Bromyard for Queen's funeral

  • Legges of Bromyard, Tenbury Road
  • Squeeky Cleanz Mobile Car Valeting
  • Listers Volvo, Much Cowarne
  • B&M Johnson, Church Street
  • Estate Country Animal Feeds, Tenbury Road
  • The Hope Centre, Hereford Road
  • Halo The Bromyard Centre, Cruxwell Street
  • Emma's Farmhouse Cafe, The Square
  • Lamings bakery, High Street
  • Sporting Saint

Shops and businesses closed in Hereford for Queen's funeral

  • Legges Hereford, Aylestone Hill
  • Oakchurch Farm Shop, Staunton on Wye
  • Radway Bridge Garden Centre, Whitestone
  • Pallisers of Hereford, Yarkhill
  • Lidl, Brook Retail Park
  • Primark, Widemarsh Street
  • Aldi, Eign Street
  • Sainsbury’s (including Argos), Barton Yard
  • Wellington Village Stores
  • Bernie Jones Tyres, Barrs Court Road
  • Tesco, Belmont
  • Tesco, Bewell Street
  • Divine Donuts, Butter Market
  • Poundland, Maylord Shopping Centre
  • B&Q, Holmer Road
  • Dreams, Holmer Road
  • Wasp Management, Hereford
  • Play Planet, Widemarsh Street
  • Ron Smith and Co, Rockfield Road
  • Matt Hudd Martial Arts, Coningsby Street
  • Hereford Market Auctioneers, Roman Road
  • Belmont Vets, Belmont Road
  • Wyevale Nurseries, Wyevale Way
  • The Laurels Vets, Ryeland Street
  • Sarah Jane's Joy Of Flowers, King Street
  • Maxwells Café, High Town
  • Hartwell Hereford Ford, Roman Road
  • Blue Diamond Garden Centres, Kings Acre Road
  • SES Hereford, Faraday Road
  • Yeomans Travel, Old School Lane – no buses
  • CCR Vape Bar, Broad Street
  • Subway, Commercial Street
  • Subway, The Oval
  • WHAX, Widemarsh Street
  • Morrisons, Station Approach
  • Halo Hereford Leisure Centre, Holmer Road
  • Halo Hereford Leisure Pool, St Martin's Street
  • Three Mills Garage, Old School Lane
  • Mastercraft Cycles, Bridge Street
  • The Balloon Shop Hereford, Commercial Road
  • Vets4Pets, Brook Retail Park
  • The City of Hereford Boxing Academy, Harrow Road
  • The Courtyard Hereford, Edgar Street
  • Pets at Home, Brook Retail Park
  • hvoss, Broad Street
  • Herefordshire Mind, Widemarsh Street (Safe Haven open as usual)
  • Marches Family Network, Blackfriars Street
  • Lechlade Flower House, Roman Road
  • Museum of Cider, Pomona Place
  • Halfords, Holmer Road
  • The Spiceworks, Eign Gate
  • Odeon, Old Market Shopping Centre
  • Waitrose, Old Market Shopping Centre
  • Wilko, Maylord Shopping Centre
  • Next, Old Market Shopping Centre
  • Marks and Spencer, High Town
  • Hopscotch, Foley Trading Estate
  • thePoint4, Venns Lane
  • Riverside Training, St Martin's Street
  • More Interiors, St Martin's Street

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