Yes, they have July 4th all over the world. If you mean do they celebrate the Fourth of July in England, then that would be a no. The Fourth of July is not celebrated in England.
Every country has a fourth of July. However, not every country celebrates Independence Day on the fourth of July. England does not celebrate Independence Day on the fourth of July because that is the day when the United States became independent from England.
Yes, they have the 4th of July in England. They have a 3rd and a 5th of July as well.
Yes, there's a 3rd of July, 4th of July, 5th of July, etc. But there is no holiday celebrating the fourth of July
no there isn't a fourth of July in England Of course there IS a fourth of July in the UK, pretty much the same as everywhere else ... it falls between the 3rd and 5th of July!
Yes there is a 4th July in England - and everywhere esle - however it is not a national celebration in England.
You can. But its not an Official Holiday!
England has a 4th of July every year. It is the day after the 3rd July and the day before the 5th of July; however, the Fourth of July is not celebrated in England.
yes there is a 4th of July in England, but it is just a date on the calendar, they do not celebrate it like Americans
No, England does not celebrate the Fourth of July. They do not celebrate for the same Independence Day reasons that the US does. The US gained their independence from Great Britain on July 4, 1776.
British people don't celebrate the Fourth of July, the day that commemorates America's independence from England. America's Independence Day is celebrated in the US on the fourth of July and some American who are in England at the time may hold private celebrations.
Every country has a fourth of July every leap year.
this is sad question....... None
Nothing special. It is not a holiday
The Fourth of July is a holiday because it is the day America gained it's independence from England.
the Fourth of July is about America's Independence and freedom from England
They have the date, but the celebration is mainly only in the US.
Yes. It's just not celebrated as a holiday.
Yes England does have a 4th of July, it falls between the 3rd of July and the 5th of July. It isn't celebrated though, it is simply a normal day.
Because it celebrates our freedom from England.
New England is a region of the United States consisting of Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont. So yes, New England does celebrate the Fourth of July, as it is a national holiday.
Americans celebrate the 4th of July because that is the day we gained independence from England.
that's when we became free from England
The adoption of the Declaration of Independence (July 4, 1776) which declared us apart from England.