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It's time to mark your calendars for all the bank holidays and important dates across the year.
2020 saw a lot of disruption over bank holidays due to the coronavirus pandemic.
And while there will still be limits on what we can do over the next few months, life is starting to return to normal.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the roadmap to take England out of lockdown, with most of normality back by June 21.
A lot of people will be planning their years now, making up for the time spent stuck in lockdown over the past 12 months.
Here's a full list of all the bank holidays coming up in England this year:
2021 bank holidays
- Good Friday: Friday 2 April
- Easter Monday: Monday 5 April
- Early May Bank Holiday: Monday 3 May
- Spring Bank Holiday: Monday 31 May
- Summer Bank Holiday: Monday 30 August
- Christmas Day (substitute day): Monday 27 December
- Boxing Day (substitute day): Tuesday 28 December
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While not Bank Holidays, these are some other key dates in 2021 that you might want to mark on your calendar:
Other dates to remember:
- Palm Sunday: Sunday 28 March
- Holi: Monday 29 March
- Ramadan: Tuesday 13 April
- Father’s Day: Sunday 20 June
- Eid ul Adha: Tuesday 20 July
- Muharram: Tuesday 10 August
- Rosh Hashanah: Tuesday 7 September
- Yom Kippur: Thursday 16 September
- Daylight saving time ends: Sunday 31 October
- Halloween: Sunday 31 October
- Guy Fawkes Night: Friday 5 November
- Remembrance Day: Sunday 14 November
- Diwali (TBC): Saturday 14 November
- Hanukkah begins: Monday 29 November
- St Andrew’s Day: Tuesday 30 November
- Winter Solstice: Tuesday 21 December
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