Oh I understand. Do you dream of days off, right? Honestly, who could blame you?
Not so long ago, in May of this year, King Charles III’s coronation ceremony took place. at Westminster Abbey, giving us a well-deserved extra date.
That same month, people also experienced the joys of Spring Bank Holiday, which blossomed across the UK and gave many an extra break.
What else is there to look forward to in 2023 after a nightmare year that began with Omicron and the Ukraine war and a brutal cost-of-living crisis and a sweltering summer heatwave, the death of Queen Elizabeth II and the disastrous 44-day premieres by Liz Truss – in the coming months you can expect the summer season of music festivals and numerous major sporting events.
These include Reading Festival, Notting Hill Carnival, Cricket World Cup, Rugby World Cup and the Invictus Games.
When is the next holiday?
The next bank holiday is fast approaching and will be on Monday 28th August.
It’s time to make the most of the holiday with your family and friends and visit some of your favorite places. You might even stop by to see the colorful Notting Hill Carnival.
Here is a full list of this year’s confirmed holidays.
- Monday, January 2nd – New Year’s Day
- Friday April 7 – Good Friday
- Monday 10 April – Easter Monday
- Monday May 1st – public holiday in early May
- Monday, May 8th – Coronation Day
- Monday, May 29th – Spring Holiday
- Monday 28 August – Summer Holiday
- Monday 25 December – Christmas Day
- Tuesday 26th December – Boxing Day