PUBLIC HOLIDAYS IN THE UK
and British Summer Time
The countries that make up the United Kingdom sometimes have different public holidays – known here as bank holidays – so these dates are marked up for England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
Asterisks * denote a Substitute Day – if a bank holiday falls on a weekend, a substitute weekday becomes a bank holiday, normally the following Monday unless that is also a bank holiday.
British Summer Time
British Summer Time (BST) starts on the last Sunday in March and ends on the last Sunday in October, at 1.00 am Greenwich Mean Time (GMT):
In spring the clocks go forward, losing an hour: at 1.00 am GMT the UK moves to 2.00 am BST.
In autumn the clocks go back, giving an extra hour: at 2.00 am BST the UK moves to 1.00 am GMT
Clocks go forward on March 25, 2018
Clocks go back on October 28, 2018