DRINKERS in fancy dress costumes celebrated Halloween and hit the town for the final Saturday before the four-week national lockdown.
Revellers made the most of the final weekend of freedom before all pubs and bars shut amid the second lockdown.
⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updatesRevellers went out in Birmingham wearing Halloween fancy dress as the nation prepares to go into a second national lockdownCredit: SnapperSK Lads decided to go bananas for the final night out of the town Partygoers queued for bars in Birmingham on the final Saturday night out before the second lockdownCredit: SnapperSK Students descended to bars in their dozens in NewcastleCredit: North News and Pictures An angel and devil celebrated Halloween in Leeds tonightCredit: London News Pictures Lads dressed in Halloween outfits in Portsmouth Boozers went all out with their costumes in Newcastle - with one lad dressing up as a can of Foster'sCredit: North News and Pictures Two bunnies made their way to a bar in Birmingham Credit: SnapperSK
Partygoers lined the streets and queued up for pubs and bars on the last Saturday night before England is plunged into a second lockdown.
Classic angels and devils were seen parading the streets in Leeds, while groups of mates dressed up as Power Rangers in Nottingham.
Pals mingled as they headed out in force for what will be last orders for some time.
Eye-catching costumes on display included Ali G, aliens and an oversized can of Foster's Lager.
A group of lads dressed up as a bunch of bananas to celebrate the autumn festivities.One man in a mask danced in the streets of London to celebrate HalloweenCredit: Getty Images - Getty Boozers made sure to wear their masks as England prepares to go back into lockdownCredit: London News Pictures London's West End was heaving with people night - just hours after the PM's announcementCredit: Nick Obank - The Sun Students celebrated Halloween in LeedsCredit: London News Pictures Revellers dressed up in Power Ranger costumes in NottinghamCredit: Ashley Kirk Two Covid-responsible revellers were ready to party in LondonCredit: Nick Obank - The Sun Partygoers queued to go to bars for the final weekend until December Credit: Ashley Kirk Two girls dressed up for a night out in Newcastle - just hours after Boris Johnson's announcementCredit: North News and Pictures Girls co-ordinated and went as dead princesses on what may be their final night out before lockdownCredit: SnapperSK
The partying comes just hours after Boris Johnson announced that England will go into lockdown for the second time next week.
From Thursday, all non-essential businesses must close for four weeks in the latest bid to curb growing Covid numbers.
Restaurants, bars and pubs must all shut, and Brits must stay at home apart from for essential outings.
Indoor and outdoor leisure facilities such as bowling alleys, leisure centres and gyms will be shut - and people will only be allowed to exercise outdoors.
The lockdown announcement came as Britain officially passed one million cases of the virus today.
21,915 more people tested positive and 326 people died of the virus.A family of dinosaurs celebrated the night in central LondonCredit: Nick Obank - The Sun People celebrated Halloween on the streets of London tonightCredit: Getty Images - Getty Girls strutted through Newcastle with their fake blood-drenched costumes Credit: North News and Pictures Classic bunnies and devils partied the night away in Birmingham Credit: SnapperSK Restaurants, bars and pubs must all shut from ThursdayCredit: North News and Pictures One lad dressed up as Sacha Baron Cohen's Ali G for HalloweenCredit: North News and Pictures Streets in Newcastle were heaving with revellersCredit: North News and Pictures Britain officially passed one million cases of the virus todayCredit: North News and Pictures Boozers dressed up as robbers in stripy costumes on the streets of NewcastleCredit: North News and Pictures