Get 18 days off work in a row (but only use 9 days holiday) in 2017

Get 18 days off work in a row (but only use 9 days holiday) in 2017

In short the 18 days will consist of three bank holidays, six weekend days and nine working day.

April 14th – Good Friday (Bank Holiday)
April 15th – Saturday (Weekend)
April 16th – Easter Sunday (Weekend)
April 17th – Easter Monday (Bank Holiday)
April 18th to 21st  – Tuesday > Friday (Book off)
April 22nd-23rd – Weekend
April 24th to 28th – Monday > Friday (Book off)
April 29th-30th – Weekend
1st May – May day (Bank Holiday)


So what are you going to do with the time off?

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