Mon. Oct 18th, 2021

Among the UKs most significant grocery stores is expected to remain closed on Boxing Day.Morrisons, which has stores across Kent, has apparently taken the decision to not open on December 26 this year.Morrisons is anticipated to close all its stores on Boxing DayThe move has actually been welcomed on social media by many, including a few of those used by the supermarket, who state personnel be worthy of a well made break after another year of assisting shoppers through the pandemic. Morrisons has been called for a comment.Also among those in favour of the transfer to close is Usdaw, the union for store and distribution personnel. It is prompting all retailers to consider offering staff the opportunity for a appropriate joyful break. Usdaw National Officer Joanne McGuiness stated: “The last year-and-a-half has actually been unlike any other. The pandemic suggested shopworkers stepped up and kept necessary services running. We invite Morrisons doing the ideal thing by their personnel with the closure of supermarkets on Boxing Day.” Key employees have done so much this year and we are asking retailers to offer their personnel the longest possible break over the festive season to supply them with a well-deserved breather. We dont believe this is too much to request.” Morrisons is closing on Boxing Day to state thank you to its staffThere has been a growing number of merchants picking to stay closed on Boxing Day over the last few years. Among those to have kept all or most of branches closed on December 26 last year was Aldi, Asda, John Lewis, Lidl, M&S, Pets in your home, Homebase, The Entertainer and Home Bargains. For more news on excellent places and big brands to enjoy a tasty bite, head to our Eat, Drink, Shop sectionRead more: All the most current news from Kent

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