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any of several weekdays when banks are closed

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6 million British holidaymakers have taken an overnight holiday trip in the UK during the ongoing August Bank Holiday weekend, with around 2.
He pointed out that two people were killed and six seriously injured on the roads during last August Bank Holiday.
Moreover, nearly five times as many people searched for August bank holiday flights compared to searches for the weekend of 11-12 August.
August Bank Holiday would bring in about 3,500 to 4,000 people, with the May Monday reaching 2,500 to 3,000.
The event will be staged over August Bank Holiday weekend and it will be screened on ITV1.
com over the August Bank Holiday period, alerting site visitors to the dangers of driving while tired, and offering tips on how to minimise the risks.
STRIKE-THREATENED British Airways have stopped taking bookings for flights over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
She made her debut as the cynical divorcee detective Adela Bradley on August Bank Holiday.
A LEADING Yorkshire Green Party politician, has slammed the proposed renaming of the August Bank Holiday to 'Margaret Thatcher Day.
KEEN gardeners are being reminded they still have time to enter Sandwell Horticultural Show which takes place over August Bank Holiday.
8 million British travellers are expected to head overseas for the August Bank Holiday weekend, which runs from August 24 to 27, according to the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA), a UK-based travel agency association.
AA Patrols are preparing for their busiest weekend of the summer this August Bank Holiday.
The Highways Agency is to suspend a number of major roadworks over the August Bank Holiday to ease traffic flow on motorways and major A roads.
AUGUST Bank Holiday will see the first ever eco-themed Green Fayre at The Workhouse, Llanfyllin.