Bank Holidays - England, Wales and Scotland

Bank Holidays - England, Wales and Scotland

Bank Holidays - England and Wales and Scotland 2020

DayDateLocation
New Year’s Day1st JanuaryEngland, Wales and Scotland
New Year's Holiday2nd JanuaryScotland
Good Friday10th AprilEngland, Wales and Scotland
Easter Monday13th AprilEngland and Wales
May Day Holiday8th MayEngland, Wales and Scotland
Spring Bank Holiday25th MayEngland, Wales and Scotland
August Bank Holiday3rd AugustScotland
August Bank Holiday31st AugustEngland and Wales
St. Andrew's Day30th NovemberScotland
Christmas Day25th DecemberEngland, Wales and Scotland
Boxing Day28th December*England, Wales and Scotland

Previous Years

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Bank Holidays - England and Wales and Scotland 2019

DayDateLocation
New Year’s Day1st JanuaryEngland, Wales and Scotland
2nd January2nd JanuaryScotland
Good Friday19th AprilEngland, Wales and Scotland
Easter Monday22nd AprilEngland and Wales
May Day Holiday6th MayEngland, Wales and Scotland
Spring Bank Holiday27th MayEngland, Wales and Scotland
August Bank Holiday5th AugustScotland
August Bank Holiday26th AugustEngland and Wales
St. Andrew's Day2nd December*Scotland
Christmas Day25th DecemberEngland, Wales and Scotland
Boxing Day26th DecemberEngland, Wales and Scotland

Bank Holidays - England and Wales and Scotland 2018

DayDateLocation
New Year’s Day1st JanuaryEngland, Wales and Scotland
2nd January2nd JanuaryScotland
Good Friday30th MarchEngland, Wales and Scotland
Easter Monday2nd AprilEngland and Wales
May Day Holiday7th MayEngland, Wales and Scotland
Spring Bank Holiday28th MayEngland, Wales and Scotland
August Bank Holiday6th AugustScotland
August Bank Holiday27th AugustEngland and Wales
St. Andrew's Day30th NovemberScotland
Christmas Day25th DecemberEngland, Wales and Scotland
Boxing Day26th DecemberEngland, Wales and Scotland

*Bank Holidays in lieu as actual day

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