New Year’s Day

New Years Day is the 1st of January. This is always a Bank Holiday.

If New Years Day falls on a weekend (Saturday or Sunday) then the New Years Day bank holiday is carried forward to the Monday 2nd or 3rd of January.

New Years day as the name suggests represents the start of a new calendar year.

Many people make “New Year resolutions” that tend to start on this day.

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