June Holiday History
The June Holiday serves as a day off for people in Ireland to take time to enjoy the spring weather and cultural or sporting events. Falling the day after Pentecost, the June Holiday is moveable holiday and a modern incarnation of Whit Monday. Whit Monday was a traditionally a time for extra church services, these still take place but other secular events are also held. Banks, post offices and businesses tend to shut on the day but pubs and shops will be open; albeit with different service hours.
The June Holiday is observed annually on the first Monday of June.
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