Spring Bank Holiday in Isle of Man in 2022

Spring Bank Holiday in Isle of Man in 2022

  How long until Spring Bank Holiday?
Spring Bank Holiday
  Dates of Spring Bank Holiday in Isle of Man
2023 Isle of Man Mon, May 29 Bank Holiday
2022 Isle of Man Thu, Jun 2 Bank Holiday
2021 Isle of Man Mon, May 31 Bank Holiday
2020 Isle of Man Mon, May 25 Bank Holiday
2019 Isle of Man Mon, May 27 Bank Holiday
  Summary

The second UK Bank Holiday in May which replaced Whit Monday in 1967

  Spring Bank Holiday in other countries
Spring Bank Holiday internationally

Spring Bank Holiday in Isle of Man in 2022

The Spring Bank Holiday in 2022, has been moved to Thursday June 2nd 2021 to create a four-day weekend with the additional bank holiday for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

When is the Spring Bank Holiday in the UK?

The Spring Bank Holiday is a national public holiday in the United Kingdom and is celebrated on the last Monday in May.

It may also be known as the Late May Bank Holiday as this holiday was never given an official name.

Spring Bank Holiday became a holiday in 1967 when it replaced Whit Monday as a public holiday in the UK.

The change was welcome as the date of Whit Monday often fell in the summer term for schools interrupting exam schedules.

Whit Monday was never celebrated in Scotland.

Did you know?

In 2012, the Spring Bank holiday was moved to early June to allow a 4 day weekend for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

This day is also a public holiday in Gibraltar, Guernsey, Isle of Man and Jersey.

Bank Holidays

On Bank Holidays, generally on a Monday, some shops and banks are closed. Shops that open may follow different trading hours than normal and transport may run on a reduced schedule. There will be no postal service.

Bank holidays were first introduced by the Bank Holidays Act of 1871, which designated four holidays in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and five in Scotland.

These were Easter Monday, the first Monday in August, the 26th December, and Whit Monday (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) and New Year's Day, Good Friday, the first Monday in May, the first Monday in August, and Christmas Day (Scotland).

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