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Saint George

“Cry God for Harry, England and St George”!

William Shakesphere

The Patron Saint of England was a Roman soldier born in Greece in 280AD and died on the 23rd April 303AD.


Stories of his strength and courage spread through out Europe. He was a devout Christian who refused to give up his faith even when tortured - for these reasons King Edward III made him the Patron Saint of England in 1350.


The British celebrate his life on the 23rd April every year.


Question


Should 23rd April be recognised as a public bank holiday in England?