Getting clever with your annual leave in the UK for 2020!

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If you want more days off, then this could be the best way to utilise what days off you have with the added bonus of weekends and bank holidays!

Around the Easter weekend you should aim to book off April 14, 15, 16 and 17.

Easter falls on April 12, so if you take off the four days after the Easter Monday, you’ll find yourself on a 10 day break.

Similarly, you can also pick up a nine-day holiday if you book off the Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday after any other bank holiday weekend in the year.

But the best time to maximise your holiday has to be at Christmas – where you can get two weeks and three weekends off work if you use those days correctly.

In order to book all this time off, you’ll need to use seven days of annual leave.

Christmas next year falls on a Friday and while Boxing Day is on the Saturday, it’s officially going to be observed on the following Monday.

In order to book all this time off, you’ll need to use seven days of annual leave.

Christmas next year falls on a Friday and while Boxing Day is on the Saturday, it’s officially going to be observed on the following Monday.

So if you ask your boss to give you these days off between Christmas and New Years December 21, 22, 23,24,29, 30 and 31 off you won’t find yourself back at your desk until January 4, 2021.

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