This Sunday is Pentecost – one of the most important feasts of the Church, also known as Pentecost. Even in years when trading was permitted on Sundays, stores were closed that day, and only those with the owner standing behind the counter were open.
Sunday May 23. Are stores open?
Sunday May 23 is no exception, therefore Shops will be closed that day. This is not a shopping day.
Sunday trading 2021
This year, for the first time since the Trade Restriction Act on Sunday and Public Holidays came into effect, we have not dealt with any tightening of regulations. No new provisions went into effect in January, so, as in the previous year, there will be 7 trading days in 2021.
Two trading days are set for December. This arrangement is not new, as we already had more trade on Sundays in the last month of the year in 2019 and 2020.
The novelty is that there are no Sundays to trade in April, when it is Easter. Instead, it will trade one Sunday in March and the other in April. Next Sunday will not be traded, and the next day will not be available until June.
Sunday trading 2021 – calendar:
- January 31, 2021
- 28 Mark 2021 AM,
- April 25, 2021
- June 27, 2021
- August 29, 2021
- December 12, 2021
- December 19, 2021
It will not be trading next Sunday until the end of June. For this, we want to remind you that the stores that open every Sunday include:
- Neighborhood shops where the owner serves customers,
- Restaurants (due to the pandemic, it may only open those with a delivery or delivery offer),
- Post offices,
- Supermarkets in railway stations,
- Petrol station
- Franchise stores like abka, Lewiatan, and Freshmarket, if the owner stands behind the counter
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