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MRS Training and Rescue Christmas Opening Hours 2023

7th December 2023
5 Star Review
120+ Years Experience Over 120 years' experience
People trained (25,000) - 25,000 trained in last 12 months 25,000 trained in last 12 months
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Nationwide (UK Wide Coverage) UK Wide Coverage

With the holiday season drawing near, the team at MRS Training and Rescue would like to extend our warmest wishes to you and your loved ones for a joyous Christmas and a prosperous New Year!

As we embrace the festive spirit, we want to ensure that you are informed about our opening hours during this special time.

Christmas Opening Hours

Here are our operating arrangements at each of our training centres over the holiday period:

  • December 22nd: Open from 8am until 12 noon
  • December 23rd: Closed
  • December 24th (Christmas Eve); Closed
  • December 25th (Christmas Day): Closed
  • December 26th (Boxing Day): Closed
  • December 27th - December 30th: Closed
  • December 31st (New Year's Eve): Closed
  • January 1st (New Year's Day): Closed
  • January 2nd: Open as usual in England and Wales – closed in Scotland
  • January 3rd: Open as usual everywhere

Should you need to contact us as a matter of urgency during this period please call 01623 623263.

For any enquiries, please email us at headoffice@mrsl.co.uk and we will be in touch after the festive break.

From everyone at MRS Training and Rescue, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year filled with happiness, good health, and prosperity.

Stay safe, and let's make this festive season one to cherish!

Have a safe and happy Christmas

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For media enquiries or any other further information about MRS Training and Rescue, please email headoffice@mrsl.co.uk or call us on 01623 423 777

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