Yes, it moved. Easter guzzumps Saints Days. Or perhaps more accurately; saints defer to Jesus. More here.
So today really is St Georges Day; happy St Georges Day.
St George is the patron saint of England, I hope you knew that. He was extremely important from Bede's time (1st century) through to the 15th century; but then the popularity tailed off. Today we might expect lots of English flags of St George and perhaps the odd person wearing a red rose; but let's face it most people ignore it. Perhaps with his day being moved to a bank holiday this year there'll be a resurgence. I doubt it though.
Today might be St Georges day, but more than that it's May Day.
Just hearing 'May Day' brings back memories of village fetes and country dancing. I went to at least four may day fairs as a country dancer and loved it, such fun. This photo captures my memories perfectly.
And of course there's the may pole; the fabulously floaty dancing around a pole whilst holding coloured ribbon, winding a beautiful coloured pole.
Whichever you celebrate, or perhaps none, have a fabulous bank holiday.