Why not spend just a few minutes of the extended weekend to see if you could potentially save hundreds of pounds off your energy bills simply by visiting www.southkesteven.gov.uk/switch and submitting your details?
Once the registration period is complete, energy suppliers will be invited to compete with their best offers at an auction and you will be sent an email or offer letter stating the potential savings you be could making later in 2016 and beyond.
For peace of mind, there is no obligation for householders to accept their personal offer, you simply have to check if the offer the energy provider gives you beats your current deal.
If they do, it could be a Bank Holiday well spent as switching from your existing energy provider is easy and straightforward, with the new provider taking care of the whole process.Sign up to switch
If you're not able to register online, you can do so offline at your local council or by calling 0800 048 8439.
Anyone can register, whether you rent your home or own it and all that is required is your annual gas or electricity statement or bills covering the last 12 months to hand.
It's open to all energy users, whether you are on dual fuel, electricity only, pay monthly or quarterly or have a prepayment meter.
Boston Borough Council, City of Lincoln Council, East Lindsey District Council, Lincolnshire County Council, South Kesteven District Council, North Kesteven District Council and West Lindsey District Council co-ordinate the scheme and it's administered by the UK's leading collective switching expert, iChoosr Ltd.
Karen Lond, lead officer for the councils said: "Bank Holiday Monday could be the ideal day to take just a few minutes of your time to register with Lincolnshire Energy Switch Scheme.
"As a county, Lincolnshire residents and businesses have collectively saved £800,000 as a result of switching through the scheme.
"You can register any time until October 11 but don't forget to do so then you can join the thousands of others who have already saved hundreds of pounds on their energy bills."