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  • HOLIDAYS
      CONTENT
    • Public holidays and special occasions
    • United Kingdom and N. Ireland public holidays
    • Birthday View slide
    • January View slide
    • February
    • March
    • April
    • May
    • June...
    Dates in italic means they change depending on the year.
    • HOLY-DAY The origin of the word is connected with religion
    • Public holidays
    • Bank holidays, Christmas, New Year...
    • Special occasions
    • Mother's and Father's Day, Valentine's...
  • UNITED KINGDOM OF BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
      Wales St. David's Day (March 1 st )
  • UNITED KINGDOM OF BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
      England St. George's Day (April 23rd)
  • UNITED KINGDOM OF BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
      Northern Ireland St. Patrick's Day (March 17th) Orangemen's Day (July 12 th )
  • UNITED KINGDOM OF BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS
    • Scotland
    • St. Andrew's Day (November 30th)
  • BIRTHDAY
    • It's a special occasion among children and on 21 st aniversary.
  • JANUARY
    • 1 st New Year's
    • 2 nd Day (only in Scotland)
    • 14 th St. Valentine
    • 8 th Shrove Sunday (47 days before Easter)
    • 1 st Fool's Day
    • 3 rd Mother's Day (the fourth Sunday in Lent)
    • 22 nd Good Friday
    • 24 th Easter Sunday
    • 25 th Easter Monday
    • 2 nd May Day
    • 30 th Spring Bank Holiday (the last Monday)
    • 11 th Queen's Official Birthday (the second or third Saturday )
    • 19 th Father's Day (the third Sunday)
    • 12 th Orangemen's Day (in Northern Ireland)
    • 29 th Summer Bank Holiday (the last Monday)
    • Seaside holidays: boarding houses in resorts near big cities. 1-2 weeks long. Became popular among upper classes and nowadays has spread...
    • Not a single holiday this month.
    • Students start their school year.
    • 31 st Halloween
  • NOVEMBER
    • 5 th Guy Fawkes Night
    • 13 th Remembrance Sunday (the second Sunday)
    • 24 th Christmas Eve
    • 25 th Christmas Day
    • 26 th Boxing Day
    • 31 st New Year's Eve