About the festivals celebrated in London

There are many events, holidays and festivals are celebrated in the London for getting involved with the society and to enhance the close relationship with the country people where some of these London festivals fall on the specific dates while others will be falling at the same point in the certain month. Some are the blank holidays but not all where you can view the list of the government holidays on the London government website. The following are some of the local London festivals events celebrated in the town or the London city. They are.

  • Field day
  • Southwest four
  • Vision festival
  • On Black heath

Where the London people also celebrate the international festivals which are commonly celebrated in all over the country namely the New Year, Christmas and Valentine’s Day in which they also celebrate number of festivals and events on each and every month. Even some of the festivals are celebrated only on the specific months like.

  • January – Burn’s night
  • February – Valentine’s Day, Pancake Day, Chinese New Year day
  • March – St. David’s day
  • April – St.George day
  • June – Father’s Day
  • July – EID AL-FITR
  • August – EISTEDDFOD
  • November – Born fire night, Remembrance Day

Each festival is celebrated in the particular month in which the Shrove Tuesday is the festival is celebrated in the month February was commonly known as the Pancake day which falls on the 40 days before the Easter ends on a Sunday. Now a day’s not many of the Christians fast instead they prefer to have something up for the lent such as like milk and chocolate. For celebrating this pancake festival in traditionally people will be making the pancakes using the egg, milk, and sugar where the prepared pancake will be rich in taste and aroma.