Letchworth McDonald’s to shut on Monday to allow staff to pay respects for Her Majesty The Queen’s state funeral

By Layth Yousif

15th Sep 2022 | Local News

Letchworth McDonalds: All 1,300 outlets will close until 5pm on Monday to allow staff ‘to pay their respects
Letchworth McDonalds: All 1,300 outlets will close until 5pm on Monday to allow staff ‘to pay their respects

McDonald's has said it will shut its Letchworth restaurant along with all of its UK restaurants as a mark of respect during the day of the Queen's funeral on Monday.

The fast-food chain, which has a site in Letchworth at Unit 3, Avenue 1 - along with 1,300 sites across Britain, said outlets would reopen at 5pm.

McDonalds said: "In honour of HM Queen Elizabeth II, and to enable everyone at McDonald's to pay their respects, our restaurants across the UK will be closed from midnight until 5pm on Monday, September 19."

Monday has been made a public bank holiday. McDonald's deliveries will also not be available until after 5pm.


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