- Party goers defied the rain and put on their best outfits to see in the New Year
- They were determined to have a good time despite the rain and wind
- Up to 150,000 were expected in Edinburgh for Hogmanay despite Storm Dylan
Party goers put their best outfits and took to the streets of Britain to celebrate the arrival of the New Year.
On the final day of 2017, two women defied the rain to see in 2018 in Manchester city centre, with just and umbrella to keep them dry.
Meanwhile up to 150,000 people were expected in Edinburgh for Hogmanay, despite earlier concerns that Storm Dylan might threaten events.
In London, party goers headed to the Embankment by the River Thames, to see the traditonal fireworks.
Party goers in Manchester city centre braved the rain to enjoy themselves on New Years Eve
Two women heading out to see in the New Year in the centre of Manchester
Revellers arrive for the annual fireworks display of the New Year’s celebrations, in central London
Women in the Grassmarket enjoying Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebration as thousands of revellers from across the globe descend on the Scottish Capital