June Bank Holiday Weekend
BANK HOLIDAY OPENING HOURS
The June bank holiday weekend is finally here and many of us are looking forward to the long weekend to kick-start the summer. If you are looking to enjoy a BBQ or explore the outdoors, make sure to check out on the weather. It seems as though it will be a mixed bag with sunny spells expected along scattered and isolated showers across the weekend.
As we get ready for the few days off, we want to inform you of our opening hours in case you need to get in touch with us.
- Saturday 5th June: Open 10a.m.- 5p.m.
- Sunday 6th June: Closed.
- Monday 7th June: Closed.
Our phone lines will be closed on Sunday and Monday but you can still get a quote online for car, home, van, business, gadget or life insurance. Our phone lines will re-open on Tuesday 8th June at 9am.
Busy Roads This Weekend
With the re-opening of B&Bs, guesthouses and hotels on Wednesday 2nd June, it is expected the main roads will be extra busy this Bank Holiday Weekend compared to recent others. Please give yourself extra time if you are making a journey. An Garda Síochána will be conducting enforcement operations across the country.
Further Easing Of Restrictions
Did you know that restrictions will continue to ease from Bank Holiday Monday? Here are the main changes to expect.
- Restaurants and bars re-open for outdoor service
- Cinemas and theatres can reopen
- Gyms, swimming pools, leisure centres reopen for individual training
- Outdoor sports matches recommence
- Outdoor amusement/theme parks/funfairs can reopen
- Drive-in cinema and drive-in bingo can take place
- Swimming lessons and classes resume
- Organised outdoor events can resume with caps on capacity
- Partial reopening of Driver Theory Test Services
- Visiting indoors in private homes
- Guest numbers attending wedding celebration or reception can increase to 25
Whatever your plans are this weekend, we hope that you enjoy the few days off. Hopefully we might have an extra Bank Holiday this September as this is currently being considered by the government. Fingers crossed!