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Scottish Bank Holidays

Holidays 2010 2011 2012
New Years Day Jan 1 Jan 3* Jan 2*
2nd January Jan 4* Jan 4* Jan 3
Good Friday Apr 2 Apr 22 Apr 6
Early May Bank Holiday May 3 May 2 May 7
Spring Bank Holiday May 31 May 30 June 4*
Queen's Diamond Jubilee - - June 5
Summer Bank Holiday Aug 2 Aug 1 Aug 6
St Andrew's Day # Nov 30 Nov 30 Nov 30
Christmas Day Dec 27* Dec 26* Dec 25
Boxing Day Dec 28* Dec 27* Dec 26
 

* Indicates a substitute day

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