Some best ways to spend New Year

New Year’s eve is the biggest party night of the year for everyone and most people are busy planning it. Here are a few ways:

MAYOR OF LONDON’S NEW YEAR’S EVE FIREWORKS DISPLAY

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Watching the fireworks over the River Thames on New Year’s Eve is one of the great things to see with families – and as traditional a celebration as well.

A DAY OUT IN THE COUNTRYSIDE

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For many of us metropolitans, the Christmas season is the only time we get to travel to the countryside. Maybe a final day in the countryside would be welcome before work on the 2nd and that might help you in your work.

RETRO PARTIES 

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For some reason, retro New Year’s Eve parties can help you to recall your dance memories. Blitz, Prohibition and Paradise Masked Ball are all terrific parties to check out and you can go there.

ICE SKATE 

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Although ice skating is traditionally a great romantic date before Christmas, most of the London rinks are open well into January as well. If you missed out before Christmas, make it up for it on New Year.

WINTER WONDERLAND 

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Winter Wonderland is another great option if you live in a city. It’ll be the last chance to visit one until next year as well.

HOUSE PARTY

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Rather than going out, why not host your own party? You can have it around the outside of your house.

DINNER PARTY

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If you’re slightly too old for house parties you can host a dinner party for friends.

THE NEW YEAR’S DAY PARADE 

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London’s New Year’s Day parade is the most crowning celebrations of the capital’s festive season and is great fun whether you’re 8 or 80 and you will certainly enjoy.

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