New Year in Britain

Many people in the UK stay up until midnight on New Year’s Eve, 31 December, so that they can celebrate the start of the New Year. People see in the New Year with their friends and family. Many pubs and clubs have special events.
A few minutes before midnight, British people traditionally watch Big Ben (the clock in the houses of Parliament), and celebrate after it strikes for the 12th time: this is shown on television. It’s a tradition to join hands at midnight and sing Auld Lang Syne, written by the Scottish poet Robert Burns.
In London, people often gather in the area around Trafalgar Square, Picadilly Circus, Leicester Square and Parliament Square from about 9pm until the early hours of the morning. They listen to Big Ben and watch a 10-minute firework display at the London Eye starting at midnight. The fireworks are also shown live on large screens in Trafalgar Square, and on TV.
On New Year’s Day people make New Year’s Resolutions.

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