Proclamations

Banking and Financial Dealings Act 19712020-07-202020-07-24TSO (The Stationery Office), customer.services@thegazette.co.uk35972998281

BY THE QUEEN A PROCLAMATION APPOINTING MONDAY 28TH DECEMBER 2020 IN PLACE OF SATURDAY 26TH DECEMBER 2020, FRIDAY 1ST JANUARY 2021 AND MONDAY 3RD MAY 2021 AS BANK HOLIDAYS IN ENGLAND, WALES AND NORTHERN IRELAND AND APPOINTING MONDAY 12TH JULY 2021 AS A BANK HOLIDAY IN NORTHERN IRELAND ELIZABETH R.

Whereas, it appears to Us that it is inexpedient that Saturday the twenty-sixth day of December in the year 2020 should be a bank holiday in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and We consider it desirable that Monday the twenty-eighth day of December in the year 2020 should be appointed a bank holiday in England, Wales and Northern Ireland in place of it: And whereas, We consider it desirable that Friday the first day of January in the year 2021 and Monday the third day of May in the year 2021 should be bank holidays in England, Wales and Northern Ireland:

And whereas, We consider it desirable that Monday the twelfth day of July in the year 2021 should be a bank holiday in Northern Ireland:

Now, therefore, We in pursuance of sections 1(2) and 1(3) of the Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971, do hereby appoint Monday the twenty-eighth day of December in the year 2020, in place of Saturday the twenty-sixth day of December in the year 2020, Friday the first day of January and Monday the third day of May in the year 2021 to be bank holidays in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and appoint Monday the twelfth day of July in the year 2021 to be a bank holiday in Northern Ireland.

Given at Our Court at Windsor Castle the twenty-first day of July in the year of Our Lord two thousand and twenty in the sixty-ninth year of Our Reign.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN