TUESDAY will be mostly dry in the morning, in the southeast, but wet and windy weather will make it's way slowly through all the British Isles. Less windy conditions will follow into the west with some brighter, showery spells as the day progresses. UK weather forecast for 6am on Tuesday December 18 2018 UK weather forecast for 12pm on Tuesday December 18 2018 Mild sunshine with some showers will arrive on Saturday but it is likely to be breezy in the south. Sunday will see the winds pick up with the hills and coasts likely to see gales. Persistent rain will be across the south but the north will still experience some showers. Last minute shopping trips on Christmas Eve will still likely be in the rain and wind. Christmas Day will be drier and brighter, less windy but colder although there may still be showers in the south. More dry, cold and bright weather towards the end of December is likely with more chance of rain in the north and west. Exclusivecorpse sex rap Man charged with … [Read more...] about Tuesday’s UK weather forecast — mostly dry in the morning with wet and windy weather moving east
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Do these glorious summer days feel like they're slipping away whilst you're stuck inside at work? The good news is that we've got one day spare in August to enjoy the great outdoors (weather permitting, of course). Here’s everything you need to know… What is a bank holiday? A bank holiday essentially means a public holiday. Launched by Liberal politician and banker Sir John Lubbock in 1871, it was introduced as a way of giving workers respite. It was stated that on four days across the year, people shouldn’t be expected to do what they wouldn’t do on Christmas Day. Now, England has eight bank holidays across the year including Good Friday and Christmas Day and they differ in Ireland and Scotland. Why is it called a ‘bank’ holiday? The reason it’s called a bank holiday is because historically it was the day banks closed and that meant nobody else could work - there were no computers back then and business tended only to be … [Read more...] about Bank holidays 2018 UK: When is the August bank holiday this year?
IT'S always good to know when they bank holidays are each year so you can plan ahead. To help your diary fill up with long weekends away we have pulled together all of 2018's bank holidays in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. When are the bank holiday dates for 2018? Across the UK there are 14 days up for grabs as holidays, these are: Nationwide, New Year's Day, January 1 - a Monday Scotland, January 2 - a Tuesday Northern Ireland, St Patrick's Day, March 17 - a Saturday Northern Ireland, Substitute day for St Patrick's Day, March 19 - a Monday Nationwide, Good Friday, March 30 - a Friday England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Easter Monday, April 2 - a Monday Nationwide, May Day, May 7 - a Monday Nationwide, Spring Bank Holiday, May 28 - a Monday Northern Ireland, Battle of the Boyne, July 12 - a Thursday Scotland, August Bank Holiday, August 6 - a Monday England, Wales, Northern Ireland, August Bank Holiday, August 27 - a Monday Scotland, St Andrew's Day, November 30 - … [Read more...] about When are the 2018 UK bank holiday dates? Full long weekends list for England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
THERE'S nothing like a long weekend to boost the mood, so when is the next bank holiday in 2018? Whether you are planning a short trip away or just craving an extra lie-in, here is the lowdown on the next extra day off... What is a bank holiday? A bank holiday is a public holiday in the UK when most people are given an extra day off work. It was Liberal MP John Lubbock who first tabled the Bank Holidays Act of 1871 and said its aim was to ease pressure on workers by giving them an extra four days off. At that point, those days were Easter Monday, the first Monday in August, Whit Monday and Boxing Day. Over the years more have been added, and the UK now has a total of eight bank holidays - including Christmas Day, May Day and New Year's Day. They were given the name bank holidays as banks are closed - and if they can't do business, no-one else can. Similarly, schools are shut on bank holidays, and transport services are often scaled back. Does everyone get bank holidays off? Bank or … [Read more...] about When is the next bank holiday? 2018 UK dates in full – from August’s long weekend to the Christmas holiday
0 Post a comment Tuesday, 3 April 2018 - Local People by The Post @twitter.com/ThePostSeries [email protected] OVER the last few years FOBS (Friends of Bridgerule School) have raised significant funds to benefit the pupils and on Thursday, March 29, they held an Easter fair in the village hall. The pupils were encouraged to participate in craft competitions by making an Easter bonnet, egg or garden. The entries were judged by Mother Elizabeth Burke. The pupils enjoyed their Easter egg hunt, then, along with parents, grandparents, carers and friends, tucked into the refreshments available, including hot cross buns and hot dogs. On this occasion?FOBS helped raise about £250 to go towards future events and activites for the pupils. A spokesperson for the event said: “It was a wonderful turnout, thank you to everyone for their support.” Add Comment … [Read more...] about Celebrating Easter with Friends