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Republic of Ireland Bank Holidays 2015

Check the list of Republic of Ireland Bank holidays 2015.

    • The following dates are observed as Bank holidays in Republic of Ireland.
    • Check dates in year 2015 for New year’s Day, Patrick’s Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, May Day Bank Holiday, June Bank Holiday, August Bank Holiday, October Bank Holiday in Ireland.
Republic of Ireland Bank Holidays 2015
Sr.No. Month Day Weak Day Name
1 January 1 Thursday New year’s Day
2 March 17 Tuesday St Patrick’s Day
3 April 3 Friday Good Friday
4 April 6 Monday Easter Monday
5 May 4 Monday May Day Bank Holiday
6 June 1 Monday June Bank Holiday
7 August 3 Monday August Bank Holiday
8 October 26 Monday October Bank Holiday
9 December 25 Friday Bank Holiday
10 December 28 Monday Bank Holiday
11 December 29 Tuesday Bank Holiday
New year’s Day
New Year’s Day is the first day of the Gregorian calendar used in Republic of Ireland. People generally spend the day quietly with family members or close friends. However, there are New Year’s parades in some areas. Public life is generally quiet on New Year’s Day. Banks, post offices and many other businesses and organizations are closed. Some stores and pubs are open, although they may open later and close earlier than usual.
St Patrick’s Day
St Patrick’s Day is Republic of Ireland’s national holiday. People hold parades and festivals to celebrate Irish culture on the day. Banks, post offices and many other businesses and organizations are closed in Republic of Ireland on St Patrick’s Day.
Good Friday
Good Friday is an occasion for Christians, particularly Catholics, to commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus. In the Republic of Republic of Ireland, it is a traditional day of rest and Christian worship, but not a public holiday. However, it is a day of rest and Christian worship. Schools and many businesses and organizations are closed or close earlier than normal. Public transport services generally run to their usual timetables, but travelers should check these carefully. Many Christians observe Good Friday by remembering Jesus Christ’s crucifixion, which occurred sometime around the year 32 CE. It is a day of prayer and mourning in preparation for the Easter Sunday celebrations.
Easter Monday
Easter Monday is the day after Easter Sunday. It is an occasion for people in the Republic of Republic of Ireland to remember the Easter Uprising, which occurred in 1916, and attend sports events and local fairs. Many people spend time with family members or close friends on Easter Monday. People may attend special church services, local fairs or sports events. Public life is generally quiet on Easter Monday. Banks, post offices and many other businesses and organizations are closed.
May Day Bank Holiday
May Day, or Labour Day, is the first Monday of May. It is a public holiday in the Republic of Republic of Ireland. It is a traditional Celtic festival and a time to campaign for workers rights. Banks, post offices and many other businesses and organizations are closed on the first Monday of May. The beginning of May is associated with the Celtic festival Lá Bealtaine. This marked the start of the season of blossoming flowers and fruit trees. Traditionally, belfires are lit on the evening before May Day. Belfires are large bonfires burning wood from a range of types of trees. The different types of wood had different spiritual meanings and were thought to play an important role in the fertility of the land and cattle in the coming year.
June Bank Holiday
The June Holiday is observed in Republic of Ireland on the first Monday of June. People take time to enjoy the spring weather to attend local cultural and sporting events. Public life is generally quiet on the first Monday of June. Banks, post offices and many businesses and organizations are closed.
August Bank Holiday
The first Monday of August, also known as the August Holiday, is a public holiday in the Republic of Republic of Ireland. Many people take a short vacation or visit cultural events in Republic of Ireland. Banks, post offices and many other businesses and organizations are closed on the first Monday of August.
October Bank Holiday
The last Monday of October, or the Halloween Holiday, is a time of cultural festivals. It falls on the day after daylight saving time ends in many years. Banks, post offices and many other businesses and organizations are closed on the last Monday of October.
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