Public Holidays in UK
The United Kingdom public holidays must be known to a person who is planning to travel to the United Kingdom in the near future. The reason is that the United Kingdom public holidays are observed all over the country, and the people of the UK observe these holidays and official off is considered so you will have no place to visit on these days. So knowledge about the United Kingdom Public Holidays must be collected before planning your trip.
Public Holidays in United Kingdom
The United Kingdom public Holidays that are also bank holidays in the entire year are eight in number. The United Kingdom Public Holidays are the following the
- New Years Holiday that is celebrated on the 1st of January every year.
- Good Friday that is celebrated on the 30th of March every year.
- Easter Monday which is the first Monday of April this year it was on the 2nd of April
- Early May Bank Holiday is on the 7th of May.
- Spring bank holiday is celebrated on the 28th of May.
- Summer Bank Holiday is on the 27th of August.
- Big Christmas day is celebrated on 25th of December every year.
- Boxing day is celebrated on the 26th of December.
Nationals Holidays in United Kingdom
There are many more public holidays in the United Kingdom; these include the Queen’s Birthday, Queen Elizabeth’s official birthday is in April, but she celebrates it in June and is considered as her official parade. The Queen on that day is dashingly prepared and dressed for the parade that is also known as a color parade. This parade is just for making the Queen’s birthday grand and more Royal. People from all over the world come to see this parade in respect to her royal highness.
Holidays in United Kingdom
There are also some of the United kingdom holidays which are also known as the interfaith holidays. These holidays are celebrated by the minority region's population. These include the Muslim occasions of Eid ul Fitr, Eid ul Azha and Ashura Holidays. Some Hindu occasions are also celebrated by the Hindu majority; these include deewali, holi, etc. Sikhs also celebrate the Guru Nanak day. More information about the United Kingdom public holidays is given on the United Kingdom embassy’s official website. You can always call them on their contact number in the official timings, and you can also visit them in the official timings.