Tomorrow, the 12th April, will see a new moon conjunction at around 3am UK time. It is also the first day of the sixth month in the Celtic calendar, Cuithe, cognate with Kutios in the Gaulish calendar. It also marks the beginning this year of the Islamic month of Ramadan, a time of fasting during daylight hours.
The new month has the Yerm month no. 19(09, and therefore has 30 days, running from 12th April to 11th May, inclusive.
The calendar for this month can be downloaded below.