Calendars, Templates & Bank Holidays for the UK  

Calendar templates for Excel, PDF & Word (overview of all templates)

Yearly calendars

Word: 2017    2018    2019    2020   / 2016
Excel:  2017    2018    2019    2020   / 2016
PDF: 2017    2018    2019    2020   / 2016

Weekly calendars

Word: 2017    2018   / 2016
Excel:  2017    2018   / 2016
PDF: 2017    2018   / 2016

Monthly calendars 2017 

January February March
April May June
July August September
October November December

Monthly calendars 2018 

January February March
April May June
July August September
October November December

Bank holidays 

2017    2018    2019    2020   / 2016

Week numbers 

2017    2018    2019    2020   / 2016

Timetables

Word     Excel     PDF

Birthday calendars

Word     Excel     PDF

Perpetual calendars

Word     Excel     PDF

Financial year calendars

Calendar period: April to April (13 months)
Word: 2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17
Excel:  2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17
PDF: 2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17

Split year calendars

Calendar period: July to June
Word: 2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17
Excel:  2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17
PDF: 2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17

School year calendars

Calendar period: August to July
Word: 2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17
Excel:  2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17
PDF: 2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17

Academic year calendars

Calendar period: September to August
Word: 2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17
Excel:  2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17
PDF: 2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17

Two year calendars

Two full calendar years on one page
Word: 2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17
Excel:  2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17
PDF: 2017/18    2018/19    2019/20   / 2016/17

Three year calendars

Three full calendar years on one page
Word: 2017/18/19    2018/19/20   / 2016/17/18
Excel:  2017/18/19    2018/19/20   / 2016/17/18
PDF: 2017/18/19    2018/19/20   / 2016/17/18

Photo calendars

Word: 2017    2018    2019    Perpetual
Excel:  2017    2018    2019    Perpetual
PDF: 2017    2018    2019    Perpetual

Current Calendar

November  2017
WkMo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
44  12345
456789101112
4613141516171819
4720212223242526
4827282930   
        
December  2017
WkMo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
48    123
4945678910
5011121314151617
5118192021222324
5225262728293031
        
January  2018
WkMo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
11234567
2891011121314
315161718192021
422232425262728
5293031    
        
See also: Yearly calendars for 2017 and 2018

Yearly Online Calendars

Yearly Calendar 2015
2017  |  2018  |  2019
past years: 2016  |  2015

Week Number Calendars

with Word, Excel & PDF templates
Week numbers 2017
2017  |  2018  |  2019
past years: 2016  |  2015
Current Week Number

Calendar templates
Yearly calendars
Word: 2017   2018  / 2016
Excel:  2017   2018  / 2016
PDF: 2017   2018  / 2016
Monthly calendars 17/18
Oct  Nov  Dec  Jan  Feb  Mar  
Weekly calendars
Word: 2017   2018  / 2016
Excel:  2017   2018  / 2016
PDF: 2017   2018  / 2016
Financial calendars 17/18
Word   Excel   PDF
Split year calendars 17/18
Word   Excel   PDF
School calendars 17/18
Word   Excel   PDF
Academic calendars 17/18
Word   Excel   PDF
2 year calendars 17/18
Word   Excel   PDF
3 year calendars 17-19
Word   Excel   PDF
Photo calendars 2018
Word   Excel   PDF
Birthday calendars
Word   Excel   PDF
Perpetual calendars
Word   Excel   PDF
Timetables
Word   Excel   PDF
Week Numbers
2017    2018    2019    / 2016
Online Calendars
Yearly Calendars
2017    2018    2019    / 2016
UK Bank Holidays
2017    2018    2019    / 2016
Current Week Number
US Edition


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