Gibbons Company Closing Hours For Gonzalo

October 15, 2014

Due to the forecast of approaching Hurricane Gonzalo, the Gibbons group of companies have announced closure times affecting the next few days.

Gibbons Company main department store located between Reid and Church Street will close at 1pm Thursday, October 16th and will remain closed on Friday, October 17th. Gibbons Home store will also close at 1pm tomorrow, October 16th and remain closed until Monday as a result of the closure of the Washington Mall.

Gibbons located in Dockyard will be closed as of 5pm on Wednesday, October 15. A post-hurricane assessment will be conducted to ensure the safety of its valued clients and employees prior to making a decision on Saturday business hours.

“Gibbons Company customers should visit to continue shopping online, 24 hours a day or visit the Gibbons Company Facebook page for further updates,” a spokesperson said, “We wish everyone a safe experience during the passing of Hurricane Gonzalo.”

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  1. shirley Richardson says:

    I don’t understand how the public schools will remain open until Friday, when the Education Minister’s stores Gibbons Company will close on Thursday. The private schools will close tomorrow, Does Minister Gibbons realize that the parents, teachers and other public service workers, have families too.

    Just like everyone else is trying to [prepare for this major storm, Why should the parents, and teachers be required to worry about their kids, and the potential threat to their homes, while all of the major industries, like the airport and other places are considering the needs of their employees. Why is the government waiting to see if the causeway need to be closed. Don’t they know that for health care workers, and others who live in St.Georges, this information is vital.

    If the information is not available immediately ,this lack of action will put the hospitals in a very dangerous position. because if the staff is unable to get to work because of the lack of information. many employees will be confused as to what they should do. After all hospital worker have children too, and they need to make arrangements for their families. EMO/OBA show some considerations for the working people of Bermuda.