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In The United Kingdom - Proposed Move of May Day Bank Holiday (England and Wales)
... Sport launched a pre-Consultation in 2011 which included the suggestion of moving the May Day Bank Holiday to a date in October, to be a "UK Day" or ... It is suggested that a move from the May day bank holiday to a St Piran's day bank holiday in Cornwall, on 5 March, would benefit the Cornish economy by £2 ...
Traditional May Day Celebrations - Europe - Great Britain
... Traditional British May Day rites and celebrations include Morris dancing, crowning a May Queen and celebrations involving a Maypole ... May Day has been a traditional day of festivities throughout the centuries ... May Day is most associated with towns and villages celebrating springtime fertility and revelry with village fetes and community gatherings ...
Xiamen International Bank
... Xiamen International Bank (XIB) (simplified Chinese 厦门国际银行 traditional Chinese 廈門國際銀行 pinyin Xiàmén Guójì Yínháng) was established in August 1985 as the first joint venture bank in ...
British National Day - Opposition
... On a report about a potential British Day, Peter Goldsmith, Baron Goldsmith said "There were undoubtedly issues raised about how a national day would be received in ... regard is that there ought to be nothing in the framework of the national day to prevent particular areas from creating events that celebrate other shared identities alongside our bond ... multiple identities and it would be false for events organised for a national day not to be responsive to that." In Wales, the proposed British Day has been ...

Famous quotes containing the words holiday, day and/or bank:

    You will think me very pedantic, gentlemen, but holiday though it may be, I have not the smallest interest in any holiday, except as it celebrates real and not pretended joys.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Oh, a day in the city-square, there is no such pleasure in life!
    Robert Browning (1812–1889)

    People get a bad impression of it by continually trying to treat it as if it was a bank clerk, who ought to be on time on Tuesday next, instead of philosophically seeing it as a painter, who may do anything so long as you don’t try to predict what.
    Katharine Whitehorn (b. 1926)