ALDI has issued guidance for shoppers and revealed its store opening times over the May Bank Holiday.

Over the May Bank Holiday weekend, over 800 stores in England and Wales will be open until 10pm on May 29 and 4pm on Sunday, May 30, to ensure everyone can pick up everything they need to enjoy the long weekend.

Stores will be open until 8pm on Bank Holiday Monday.

  • Saturday, May 29: 8am until 10pm
  • Sunday, May 30: 10am until 4pm
  • Monday, May 31: 8am until 8pm

The opening times of some stores may vary, so customers should check details on Aldi’s website before their trip. Opening hours in Scotland remain unchanged.


Aldi has also extended its click-and-collect service to over 230 stores, meaning thousands of shoppers can access Aldi groceries online at unbeatable prices this Bank Holiday. Shoppers can choose from a full range of grocery items online, then drive to their local store where their shopping is brought to their car by Aldi colleagues contact-free, in line with social distancing guidelines.

Customers wanting to use click-and-collect can visit to book a timeslot for collection in selected stores.

Aldi’s on-demand delivery partnership with Deliveroo is also currently available from over 120 stores across the UK. This allows shoppers to order from a range of more than 400 products and have them delivered to their doorstep in as little as 30 minutes. Check availability in your area at

Aldi branches in Gwent:

  • Abergavenny: Monmouth Road
  • Blackwood: Blackwood Gate Retail Park
  • Caerphilly: Gallagher Retail Park
  • Cwmbran: Woodside Road
  • Ebbw Vale: The Walk
  • Newport: Barrack Hill, Shaftsbury Street
  • Newport: Spytty Road
  • Pengam: New Road, Tir-y-Berth
  • Risca: Interchange