So, 2012 is here. Is it the end of the world?
For some people, it's the end of the world as we know it, but definately it's not the end of the world! The only good reason to believe in 2012ology and the end-of-world Mayan theories of December 21st 2012, it's ...to party like its the end of the world!
So let's turn off the end of the world countdown timers and enjoy life.
Easter 2012 is one week later than Catholic Easter and it's celebrated on Sunday, April 15th. The date of the Orthodox Easter is defined as the Sunday following the Paschal Full Moon (PFM) date for the year, using the Julian Calendar, unlike Catholic easter which is calculated based on the Gregorian calendar. So, for 2012 the date of the Orthodox easter is on April 15th, one week later than Catholic Easter which is celebrated on April 8th.
For the year 2012, Catholic Easter is celebrated on Sunday, April 8th. The date of the Easter Sunday is defined as the Sunday following the Paschal Full Moon (PFM) date for the year. Catholic easter is calculated based on the Gregorian calendar while the Orthodox Easter is based on the Julian Calendar. For 2012 the date of the Catholic Easter is April 8th.
9 UK bankholidays for 2012 are the perfect chance for a long weekend.
UK Bankholiday for 2012:
New Year's Day Holiday January 2, Monday
Good Friday April 6, Friday
Easter holiday April 9, Monday
Early May Bank Holiday May 7, Monday
Spring Bank Holiday June 4, Monday
Queen's Diamond Jubilee June 5, Tuesday
Summer Bank Holiday August 27, Monday
Christmas Day December 25, Tuesday
Boxing Day December 26, Wednesday
2012 is over. Nothing to see here. Move on to 2013. Update your new year resolutions