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Originally posted May 3 2004 at 14:05 under Computing and Mozilla. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.

Holiday Calendar

I got fed up with the failings of the UK Holiday calendar file available from Apple, so I created one of my own. I’m not going to claim it’s better but it suits my purposes more. It’s designed for use in England (so no Scottish Bank Holidays, etc) and includes items such as Father’s day and Valentine’s Day through to 2007 (and beyond where the date is the same every year). It’s publically available at I’ll be updating it with whatever new dates spring to mind, as well as adding corrections etc. Feel free to use it if you find it helpful and drop any suggestions in the comments.

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