London New Year Eve Fireworks 2017 – New Year Day is a public holiday in the UK on January 1 each year. On New Year’s Eve, many people turn on a television to show pictures of one of the four clocks on the Clock Tower on the palace of Westminster in London counting down the last minutes of the old year. Champagne or other sparkling wines are served at this point. Many people make New Year’s resolutions. These are promises to themselves that they will lead a better life in some way in the coming year.
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Many people hold parties at home or go out to pubs or night clubs. These parties often continue into the early hours of the morning. Hence, for many people, New Year’s Day is the time for recovering from the excesses of the night before. For others, it is the last day of the Christmas holiday before they return to work. Some take the opportunity to carry out home improvements or to go for a walk in the country. In many places around the United Kingdom’s coast, groups of people dress up in fancy costumes and run into the cold sea. In some areas, there are a number of customs associated with New Year’s Day begins.
There are many traditions and superstitions associated with first footing. In different areas there are different traditions about whether the first footer should have fair or dark hair, whether the person should bring coal, salt and other things and what food or drink that person should be served after arrival.
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