Ireland | Public Holidays

Republic of Ireland

2006

  • January 1 and January 2 (New Year)
  • March 17 (St Patrick's Day)
  • April 14 (Good Friday - bank holiday only)
  • April 17 (Easter Monday)
  • May 1
  • June 5 (Spring Holiday)
  • August 7 (Summer Holiday)
  • October 30 (Hallowe'en)
  • December 25 (Christmas Day)
  • December 26 (St Stephen's Day)

2007

  • January 1  (New Year)
  • March 17 (St Patrick's Day)
  • April 6 (Good Friday - bank holiday only)
  • April 9 (Easter Monday)
  • May 7
  • June 4 (Spring Holiday)
  • August 6 (Summer Holiday)
  • October 29 (Hallowe'en)
  • December 25 (Christmas Day)
  • December 26 (St Stephen's Day)

 

 

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Northern Ireland

2006

  • January 1 and 2  (New Year)
  • March 17  (St Patrick's Day Holiday)
  • April 14 (Good Friday)
  • April 17 (Easter Monday)
  • May 1
  • May 29 (Spring Holiday)
  • July 12 (Battle of the Boyne)
  • August 28 (Summer bank holiday)
  • December 25 (Christmas)
  • December 26 (St Stephen's Day/Boxing Day)
     

2007

  • January 1 (New Year)
  • March 17  (St Patrick's Day Holiday)
  • April 6 (Good Friday)
  • April 9 (Easter Monday)
  • May 7
  • May 28 (Spring Holiday)
  • July 12 (Battle of the Boyne)
  • August 27 (Summer bank holiday)
  • December 25 (Christmas)
  • December 26 (St Stephen's Day/Boxing Day)
     

Note: Holiday dates without a title are "bank holidays". Most shops, banks and offices are closed on public holidays, particularly around Christmas and the New Year. Check public transport schedules for these dates as they may be operating on a different basis to normal.

 

 
     

 

 


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