New Year’s Eve is finally upon us and millions of Britons up and down the country will be flocking out for parties and fireworks displays tonight as the nation welcomes in 2020. The New Year will see some big changes for Britain as Boris Johnson welcomes in his new majority in the House of Commons, while we await the Brexit deadline on January 31.
And not only does this New Year’s Eve mark the beginning of a New Year, it also marks the end of a decade.
But no matter how excited you are to ring in 2020, you may need to pop out tomorrow for supplies – and most shops will operate reduced opening hours on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
This includes Asda – so it’s best to check what time your local shop opens.
Luckily for you, express.co.uk is on hand with the latest Asda opening hours guide.
Most supermarkets will have reduced opening hours on New Year’s Day.
However, some will close altogether – such as Lidl.
In Scotland, January 2 is a bank holiday so it’s best to check your local store for the most up to date opening hours.
Scots may celebrate Hogmanay, which has now become synonymous with New Year celebrations.
Hogmanay is usually celebrated from New Year’s Eve and into January 2.