Do they have 4th of July in England ?
@Clo- July 4th is a celebration of America's independence from british royaly. So, yeah, it does belong in this category
- djLv 61 month ago
Yes there is a 4th of July but there are no celebrations
- SSP Bowl DudeLv 71 month ago
There are two thirds of July. The fourth has been removed by an act of parliament in 1783 to try and forget the embarrassing scuffle on the other side of the Atlantic.
- MercuryLv 71 month ago
Just a normal day has no special meaning in the UK.
- Alan HLv 71 month ago
No. We go straight from the 3rd to 5th!!!!!!
Frankly,we are pleased to have got rid of you
We DO celebrate on the 5th. The Anniversary of the Founding of
the National Health Surgery.
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Don’t let these sourpusses fool you. Of course we celebrate 4 July! We call it Thanksgiving Day.
- KENNETH DLv 71 month ago
We do not celebrate 4th July in Britain. However, my wife and I celebrate 5th July as it is our wedding anniversary
- pit bulls biteLv 71 month ago
all calenders have july 4
- TangiLv 71 month ago
No they don't.
They used to have it, but now that they left the EU, they go straight from the 3rd of July to the 5th of July. The EU kept that day as a leaving tax.
Now people in the EU actually have one spare 4th of July in case they get short on time.
- RicoLv 51 month ago
Yes, every year but they don’t celebrate. Rebellion should never be celebrated. FTR the US didn’t become an independent country until 1783.
- Hal A. PeñoLv 61 month ago
Yes they do. The 4th of July is on every single Gregorian calendar and the English use the Gregorian calendar.