By Judy Benson - 23rd December 2011 7:01am
Just a brief note to wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us at Williams' Newsagents, and to remind you that Christmas Day is the only day that newspapers are not published (or delivered) and that the shop is closed!
Williams' Newsagents Christmas Opening Times
- XMAS EVE Saturday 24th Dec. : 06.00am till 6.00pm,
- XMAS DAY Sunday 25th Dec. : CLOSED
- BOXING DAY – Monday 26th Dec. : 06.00am – 14.00pm
- BANK HOLIDAY Tuesday -27th Dec. : 06.00am – 15.00pm
- NEW YEARS EVE Saturday 31st Dec. : 05.30am – 17.00pm - as normal
- NEW YEARS DAY Sunday 1st Jan. : 06.30am – 16.00pm –as normal
- BANK HOLIDAY Monday 2nd Jan. 6.00am — 15.00pm
However, even when closed, we will always try to respond to any genuine emergency for critical supplies – especially for the elderly and/or housebound.
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