UK Non-Religious Festivals & Holidays

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Non-religious festivals in the UK cover a wide range of traditions, customs and historical events.

Below is a list of popular non-religious holidays you will find.

Non-Religious Festivals 2021

DATEDAYFESTIVAL
25 JanuaryMondayBurns’ Night
16 FebruaryTuesdayShrove Tuesday, Pancake Day
14 FebruaryThursdayValentine’s Day
14 MarchSundayMother’s Day
1 AprilWednesdayApril Fool’s Day
1 MaySaturdayBeltane
12 JuneSaturdayQueen’s Official Birthday
20 JuneSundayFather’s Day
21 JuneMondaySummer Solstice
31 July-7AugustSat-SatEisteddfod
28-30 AugustSat-MonNotting Hill Carnival
31 OctoberSundayHalloween
5 NovemberFridayBonfire night
11 NovemberThursdayRemembrance Day

Previous Years’ Non-Religious Festivals

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Non-Religious Festivals 2019

DATEDAYFESTIVAL
25 JanuaryFridayBurns’ Night
5 MarchTuesdayShrove Tuesday, Pancake Day
14 FebruaryThursdayValentine’s Day
31 MarchSundayMother’s Day
1 AprilMondayApril Fool’s Day
1 MayWednesdayBeltane
8 JuneSaturdayQueen’s Official Birthday
16 JuneSundayFather’s Day
21 JuneFridaySummer Solstice
5-11 AugustMon-SunEisteddfod
24-26 AugustSun-MonNotting Hill Carnival
31 OctoberSaturdayHalloween
5 NovemberTuesdayBonfire night
11 NovemberMondayRemembrance Day

Non-Religious Festivals 2020

DATEDAYFESTIVAL
25 JanuarySaturdayBurns’ Night
25 FebruaryTuesdayShrove Tuesday, Pancake Day
14 FebruaryFridayValentine’s Day
22 MarchSundayMother’s Day
1 AprilWednesdayApril Fool’s Day
1 MayFridayBeltane
13 JuneSaturdayQueen’s Official Birthday
20 JuneSaturdaySummer Solstice
21 JuneSundayFather’s Day
Cancelledn/aEisteddfod
Cancelledn/aNotting Hill Carnival
31 OctoberSaturdayHalloween
5 NovemberThursdayBonfire night
11 NovemberWednesdayRemembrance Day
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