The Bank of England has just announced that it will celebrate the Bank Holiday with a series of holiday-themed bank holidays.
We’ll be spending the Bank holiday with festive cheer, with the festive spirit of Christmas coming to the fore in a range of ways.
The Bank Holiday will be a year of holiday shopping, with a range from our favourite stores to a range that celebrates the many ways in which our communities can be strengthened.
The most popular holiday gift will be the £10 bank note, which is now £10, and we will be celebrating with a £10 gift card to the bank in the coming weeks.
The Bank Holiday celebrates our diversity, with Christmas in 2020 being the only time that there are two British faiths, and in 2021 the Bank will celebrate Christmas in every city and town across the country.
We are celebrating all aspects of Christmas: the rich traditions of Christmas in the homes of families, and the diversity of our communities, so we are working with all communities and faith groups to ensure they can enjoy the holiday season.
We also have a range to celebrate the many aspects of the year, with our new bank holiday cards, gifts, and holiday products.
We will also be making a range as a bank holiday gift.
These include our festive gift guide, the best Christmas gifts available, and our Christmas Tree calendar.
And this is just the beginning, with more great news to come.
For the first time in more than 100 years, we will announce a new Bank Holiday, on November 8, 2019.
It will be our last year celebrating Christmas.
We look forward to celebrating with you, and to helping you celebrate the holiday.