McDonald’s has announced that their restaurants will be closed temporarily from today (Wednesday, January 6) as England enters a third national lockdown.
Customers will no longer be able to call into their nearest restaurant to grab their food, and instead will need to either use the drive-thru or McDelivery.
That’s a significant change to how the fast food giant worked during the November lockdown, where customers could still order as usual inside, as long as they were not dining in.
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McDonald’s have confirmed that it will be a temporary change as they review current safety procedures, but it’s important to know if you’re wanting to grab some nuggets to help you through the start of lockdown.
The good news is in Hertfordshire the vast majority of our restaurants will still be open, as they offer both drive-thru and delivery options.
The only exceptions are those branches in our town centres in Watford and Welwyn Garden City, which will effectively be closed as they don’t offer drive-thrus but both locations do deliver.
We’ve rounded up all the branches in our county to give you the latest update on which branches will still be open today, although they are subject to change throughout lockdown so it’s worth checking the McDonald’s website.
Open for drive-thru and McDelivery
Maylands Avenue, Hemel Hempstead
St Albans Retail Park, St Albans
The Bell, London Colney
North Western Avenue, Bushey
St Albans Road, Watford
Nightingale Road, Hitchin
Shenley Road, Borehamwood
Jarman Fields Leisure Park, Hemel Hempstead
Stevenage Leisure Park, Stevenage
Monkswood Retail Park, Stevenage
A41 Service Area, Bourne End
Howardsgate, Welwyn Garden City
High Street, Watford
Town centre (Asda), Hatfield