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|Also called||October Bank Holiday|
|Date||Last Monday in October|
|2017 date||October 30|
|2018 date||October 29|
|2019 date||October 28|
|2020 date||October 26|
In Ireland, the October Holiday (sometimes called the October Bank Holiday) is observed on the last Monday of October. Usually, but not always, this is the day after the end of Western European Summer Time. It was introduced in 1977.
- Organisation of Work Time Act, 1997 - Scheduled 2 (Public Holidays)
- "S.I. No. 193/1977 – Holidays (Employees) Act, 1973 (Public Holiday) Regulations, 1977". Irish Statute Book. Office of the Attorney General. Retrieved 27 October 2010.