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Permitted opening hours of licensed premises over the Easter period.

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Premises may open on Good Friday between 5pm and 11pm, with half-an-hour drinking-up time. No additional hours are allowed. Off-licences may open from 8am to 11pm.

On Saturday, permitted opening hours are 11.30am to 11pm, with half-an-hour drinking-up time. Premises that have Article 44 or late licences can remain open to midnight, with half-an-hour drinking-up time.

Premises can only open on Easter Sunday between the hours of 12.30pm and 10pm with half-an-hour drinking-up time. Off-licences will not be allowed to open.

Normal opening hours apply to Easter Monday and Easter Tuesday.

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