It feels like the bank holiday has flown by and as Britons prepare to return to work, many will be looking forward to the next long weekend.
Every year, hard-working Brits get a handful of days off thanks to bank holidays.
But how long do we have to wait until the next one? Unfortunately, the August bank holiday was the last until Christmas.
The full list of holidays we have to look forward to in 2022
Full list of public holidays for 2022?
Each year, England and Wales get eight public holidays, with Scotland having nine and Northern Ireland celebrating 10.
This year we got an extra day off to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The Queen celebrated 70 years on the throne with a “blockbuster” holiday.
Here is a full list of public holidays in 2022:
January 3 – New Year’s holiday (compensation for January 1, which is a weekend in 2022)
4th January – New Year’s Day (replacement for 2nd January – Scotland only)
17 March – St Patrick’s Day (Northern Ireland only)
April 15 – Good Friday
April 18 – Easter Monday
May 2 – May Day
June 2 – end of May holiday
June 3 – Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
12 June – Battle of the Boyne (Northern Ireland only)
1 August – August bank holiday (Scotland only)
29 August – August bank holiday (England and Wales only)
December 25 – Christmas Day
December 26 – Boxing Day