Aldi opening and closing times for August Bank Holiday Monday

  The Sun 

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THE bank holiday weekend is here, and many shoppers could face changes to the opening and closing hours of their local Aldi. If you are planning a BBQ or family feast, here are the times you’ll be able to visit your nearest store. When is Aldi open on August bank holiday Monday? Ordinarily, UK stores […]
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