When is October bank holiday in Ireland?

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It is always the last Monday in October, so the actual date changes from year to year.
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Ireland is a(n) republic, parliamentary democracy. The religion(s) of Ireland include: Roman Catholic, Church of Ireland, other Christian.
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Some holidays that are celebrated in Ireland are Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Halloween, Christmas and St. Stephens Day are a few.
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New Year's Day (Jan. 1) or La Caille in Gaelic, is usually celebrated in the neighborhood pub. In larger cities, there are fireworks on this last day of the winter break, and most
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Next bank holiday is the 30th August - that's in Northern Ireland. You didn't specify which of the two countries on the island of Ireland...(cos there's no such country called Ireland
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