With the Easter weekend nearly upon us, and the Easter bunnies coming out to play, we would like to make sure you have enough wine for the long weekend. Below are our Easter opening hours for the bank holiday weekend.
As a general rule of thumb, Pull The Cork is never closed, It’s the humans behind it that need a short break, as I am sure you will understand. So on Good Friday and Easter Monday, there will be no-one to take your calls or chat to you on here. Our offices will re-open as normal on Tuesday 23rd April though!!
We expect the week commencing Monday 15th April to be a busy period so we would kindly ask that all orders are placed as early as possible, ideally by 12.00noon, to ensure they are processed in time for dispatch.
In case you were wondering – What is the difference between Good Friday and Easter Sunday?
Easter refers to Easter Sunday which is the day the resurrection of Jesus is remembered. Good Friday commemorates the day that Jesus Christ was crucified on a cross.
Each year, the date of Good Friday is always on the Friday before Easter Sunday. This year it is March 29.
If you don’t have the space at home for an Easter egg hunt, here are the best places to go and join others: Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt, Hampton Court Palace, Battersea Park Children’s Zoo Easter Egg Search, The Royal Mews Easter Egg Hunt, Buckingham Palace.