Is Co-Op Food open or closed for Queen’s funeral?


Most supermarkets and other services will be closed on Monday, September 19, for the Queen’s funeral, but is Co-Op Food open?

Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8, 2022, and to express their condolences, many shops and services have announced they will be closed.

In fact, many airlines have been canceled or delayed because of the same thing but does this apply to all stores?

A closed Coop supermarket is pictured in Stockholm, Sweden on July 3, 2021, as a “massive” cyber attack continues to affect organizations around the world. – Coop, one of Sweden’s largest supermarket chains, had to temporarily close hundreds of stores across the country after the internet blocked access to its checkouts on the evening of July 2, 2021 Most of Sweden’s Coop supermarkets are still closed on July 5, 2021, three days after the cyber attack on US Kaseya. – Sweden OUT (Photo by ALI LORESTANI / TT NEWS AGENCY / AFP) / Sweden OUT (Photo by ALI LORESTANI/TT NEWS AGENCY/AFP via Getty Images)

Is Co-Op Food open or closed?

Co-Op Foods will be closed until 5pm to show their respect. The outlet also confirmed it on their official website.

Going down memory lane, the restaurant announced that in 2013 The Queen and Her Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh opened their patronage centre, 1 Angel Square.

The statement said: “We join the royal family, our colleagues, clients, members and those from all over the world who are thinking about his former kingdom.”

Other stores will be closed

Co-Op isn’t the only outlet to close tomorrow. Below is a list of stores that do not work.

  1. Aldi
  2. Morrisons
  3. Lidl
  4. Tesco
  5. Waitrose
  6. Argos
  7. Ikea
  8. Primark
  9. Sports Direct
  10. Homebase

On the other hand, Tesco Express opens at 5 and Asda closes all stores until 5 PM.

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What time does the Queen’s funeral begin?

According to the Guardian, the service will be held at 11 am. Following this, the Queen’s coffin was carried on a procession from the abbey to Wellington Arch. He was taken to Windsor Castle for his final resting place at St George’s Chapel.

For the meeting, many world leaders and European Royals are expected to attend. At the same time, many churches host events to celebrate their respect.

Thousands from different parts of the UK will also be able to watch the event with a number of big screens set up in different locations. Some of these include Hull City Hall, Bradford Cathedral, Manchester’s Exchange Square, Millennium Square in Leeds, Lincoln Cathedral, Ripon Cathedral, and others.

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