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MetiNews.Com - There are seven upcoming Bank Holiday days to look forward to in the remaining part of the year - here's how they align with the dates of Boris Johnson's most recent announcement
Breaking News ! The Prime Minister's most recent announcement has offered some light at the end of a very long and dark tunnel. And with the end in sight, UK residents have already started to think about planning for the future. In just a few months, the government has outlined the possibility that we will finally be able to reunite with our loved ones indoors and outdoors - and even see the re-opening of nightclubs by the end of June. With that in mind, many people are wondering how the national Bank Holidays of 2021 will align with Boris Johnson's exit strategy so we can make the most of the celebrations. Luckily, there are seven Bank Holiday days to look forward to during the remaining part of the year. Read More Related Articles The key restrictions to be eased at each stage of the government's roadmap out of lockdown Read More Related Articles Matt Hancock outlines when hugging family and friends could return in roadmap Two dates marking Easter celebrations will fall in April. And another two will follow during the warmer month of May. There will be one Bank Holiday to look forward to in August. And reaching the end of 2021, two Christmas Bank Holidays will, of course, fall in December. Below we've listed each upcoming Bank Holiday along with which stage of Johnson's roadmap out of lockdown the date aligns with. Read More Related Articles When is Mother's Day 2021 and why do we celebrate it? Here's everything you need to know Read More Related Articles When will the Work from Home advice end according to the roadmap? April Friday, April 2 - Good Friday Monday, April 5 - Easter Monday By both Easter Bank Holidays, Step 1 of Johnson's roadmap out of lockdown, which will begin on March 8, will already be in place. This includes the re-opening of schools.
. We'll also be able to enjoy meeting outdoors with up to six people or two households, and will see the re-opening of outdoor sports facilities, and organised sport and travel outside of local areas will be allowed again. All of which will have been introduced as part of Step 1 from March 29. May Monday, May 3 - Early May Bank Holiday Monday, May 31 - Spring Bank Holiday By both May Bank Holidays, the earliest possible date for Step 2 of Johnson's roadmap will have passed. This means, by April 12, we could see the re-opening of non-essential retail, personal care establishments, outdoor hospitality venues and indoor leisure venues including gyms and swimming pools. Self-contained holiday accommodation will also be permitted to re-open. The earliest date Step 3 could fall on is May 17 - after the Early May Bank Holiday but in time for the Spring Bank Holiday on May 31. In Step 3, most social contact rules outdoors will be lifted. Six people or two households will be able to meet indoors and indoor hospitality and hotels will be open again.
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August Monday, August 31 - Summer Bank Holiday By the August Bank Holiday, the earliest possible date for Step 4 of the government's roadmap out of lockdown - June 21 - will have passed. In Step 4, all legal limits on social contact will be removed and the remaining closed sectors of the economy will hopefully re-open. December Monday, December 27 - Christmas Day (substitute day) Tuesday, December 28 - Boxing Day (substitute day) By our December Bank Holidays, if all goes to plan, UK residents will be able to enjoy the Christmas period with their families as they would have enjoyed it before the pandemic occurred.
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