When Did the First McDonalds Open in the UK?

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McDonald's are restaurants that form a corporation of a chain of hamburger fast food restaurants. It was first opened in the UK on 13th November, 1974 in Woolwich. The McDonald's concept was introduced in by Dick and Mac McDonald of Manchester, New Hampshire in San Bernardino, California.
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The first McDonalds in the UK was opened in 1974 in south east of London. It was the 3,000th McDonald's restaurant to be opened.
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1974 Woolwich SE London my cousin Madaline worked there and served me one of the first big macs.
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Most McDonald's restaurants open at 6 am, however it will also depend on where you live, call your local McDonalds and they can give you there exact hours.
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McDonald's opened its first restaurant in England on 10/1/74.
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