|1 January||Tuesday||New Year’s Day|
|2 January||Wednesday||2nd January|
|19 April||Friday||Good Friday|
|22 April||Monday||Easter Monday|
|6 May||Monday||Early May bank holiday|
|30 September||Monday||September weekend|
|25 December||Wednesday||Christmas Day|
|26 December||Thursday||Boxing Day|
|1 January||Wednesday||New Year’s Day|
|2 January||Thursday||2nd January|
|10 April||Friday||Good Friday|
|13 April||Monday||Easter Monday|
|8 May||Friday||Early May bank holiday|
|28 September||Monday||September weekend|
|25 December||Friday||Christmas Day|
|28 December||Monday||Boxing Day (substitute day)|
If a bank holiday is on a weekend, a ‘substitute’ weekday becomes a bank holiday, normally the following Monday.
Your employer doesn’t have to give you paid leave on bank or public holidays.
Bank holidays might affect how and when your benefits are paid.
|1 January||Monday||New Year’s Day|
|2 January||Tuesday||2nd January|
|30 March||Friday||Good Friday|
|2 April||Monday||Easter Monday|
|7 May||Monday||Early May bank holiday|
|24 September||Monday||September weekend|
|25 December||Tuesday||Christmas Day|
|26 December||Wednesday||Boxing Day|
The Public Holiday dates may be added to or amended by central Government, the Scottish Parliament or the Scottish Government. This list will be amended whenever we have updated information. You should always confirm public holidays with your own organisation as these might be different from the dates listed here.