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Northumberland Day

Northumberland Day unfurls its banners on the last Sunday in May, celebrating the rich heritage, stunning landscapes, and vibrant communities of England's northernmost county. Unlike some observances, Northumberland Day graces the calendar on the same date every year, inviting locals and visitors alike to join in the festivities and showcase the best of Northumbrian culture.

Spring Bank Holiday UK

Spring Bank Holiday is celebrated on the last Monday in May each year, providing a much-needed break as we transition into the warmer months. Unlike some other holidays whose dates vary, Spring Bank Holiday is a fixed occasion, making it easy to plan your long weekends well in advance. It's a time to relax, recharge, and make the most of the blossoming beauty of spring.

Public Holiday – Republic of Ireland (June)

Public Holiday in the Republic of Ireland takes place on the first Monday in June each year unless it falls on a weekend, providing residents with a well-deserved day off to relax and enjoy time with family and friends. While the specific date may vary depending on the calendar, this annual holiday consistently falls on the first Monday of June, offering a predictable break for workers across the country.

Columbus Day

Columbus Day takes place on the 9th of October every year to celebrate the anniversary of Christopher Columbus's arrival in the Americas. It is a national holiday in many countries of the Americas and elsewhere, and a federal holiday in the United States.

Elf on the Shelf Returns

The mischievous Elf on the Shelf is makes a grand return on the 1st December every year. Let the holiday countdown officially begin!

10 Days to Christmas

On the 15th of December every year its is always 10 days to Christmas! The countdown is on for food, friends and festivities.

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