August Bank Holiday Monday 2017 opening times for DIY stores including Wickes, B&Q, Homebase, Argos and more

With the last long Bank Holiday weekend of summer almost here, many Brits will be planning a spot of DIY in an attempt to get the home and garden prepped before autumn gets underway.

But before you dash off to stock up on supplies, you may want to double check when your local store will actually be open on Bank Holiday Monday.

We’ve put together a handy list of when everything is open below, but if you fancy heading over to your local supermarket instead, see our guide on when food shops are open this Bank Holiday here.

With Wickes’ 10% off online offer, you may prefer to stay at home… (Image: Wickes)

Over the Bank Holiday weekend, Wickes also have a Buy One, Get One Free deal on 2.5L tubs of standard colour emulsion paint, both in store and online from 24 to 28 August. The offer includes both Wickes own-brand and Dulux coloured emulsion.

If you’re shopping online at Wickes, rather than heading in store, you can get 10% off when you spend £75 or more using the code AUGUST17 at the checkout.

Bank holiday opening hours at a glance

Monday 28 August: Wickes stores nationwide will open like normal, from around 6.30am to 9pm.

Do make sure to double check the opening times for your local store on the Wickes website here.

A shopper carries a branded B&Q plastic carrier bag
It’s discounted stock galore at B&Q this August Bank Holiday (Image: Getty)

B&Q have begun their clearance sales, with normally pricey items such as these dining sets massively reduced.

Bank Holiday Monday opening hours at a glance

Monday 28 August: Most B&Q stores will be open as per usual, from 7am – 9pm.

It’s worth double checking your local is sticking to these hours on the B&Q site, which you can do by typing your postcode into the B&Q site.