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A calendar company in Essex says revenue is down after the Government announced a May bank holiday was going to be moved next year.
Around two million calendars are produced by Rose Calendars in Colchester every year but bosses say they've been caught out by the announcement.
Next year's bank holiday set for Monday 4 May is now changing to Friday 8 May to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
With hundreds of thousands of calendars already printed there's more than £100,000 in lost revenue
The move has led the company to employ extra temporary staff as the process of swapping the May 2020 pages can not be done by machinery- instead it's a painstaking process that has to be done individually by hand.