May Bank Holiday Opening Hours 2019

May Bank Holiday
Last Updated: February 10th, 2021

Bank holidays take their name from the fact that banks, government offices and most businesses are closed on these days with this in mind, we are never closed!!

As a general rule of thumb, Pull The Cork is never closed, It’s the humans behind it that need a short break as I am sure you will understand. Although we would advise that all customers stock up in advance of these 2019 May Bank Holiday weekends. On Monday 6th (may day) and Monday 27th May, there will be no-one to take your calls or chat to you on here. Please note our office will re-open as normal on Tuesday 7th and Tuesday 28th though.

We expect the week commencing Monday 29th April + Monday 20th May to be a busy period so we would kindly ask that all orders are placed as early as possible, ideally by 12.00noon, to ensure they are processed in time for dispatch.

Here’s How to Get 18 Days Off in a Row — And Only Use 9 Days Holiday!

Try not to tell everyone this, as it will no longer be a secret, but If you want to get 18 days off for the price of 9 in 2019, you’ll have to use your bank holidays wisely. The key to this is focussing your efforts around the 2019 Easter holiday. Providing your work gives you the day off on bank holidays, you should look at booking April 23rd–26th, and then April 29th to May 3rd. Because of Good Friday, Easter Monday and the early May bank holiday, you’ll get 18 days off, from 19th April to 6th May!

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