BARS and clubs across the country were packed with students last night as thousands celebrate the start of their university years.
Crowds of drunken youth turned out to be enthusiastic with new friends and party till the early hours of this year’s Freshers Week as the devastation continued.
With the lectures commencing in the coming days, the freshers put on their happiness clothes and went out for the fun of the night.
While some wore bright colours, others kept their outfits casual with jeans, shorts and trainers.
Dozens were pictured smiling as they roamed the clubs – one girl said to her friend while riding a big ride.
In Birmingham, large queues were pictured at outdoor venues as eager teens waited to go inside.
Nightclubs have opened their doors once again, as Covid restrictions paid off for concerts last year, with many events shutting down.
Last September, there was a rule of six, meaning freshers were forced to have little fun as the bar also had to enforce a curfew.
As Freshers Week began on Monday night, thousands took to the high streets for the second night in a row on Tuesday – and are set to return tonight.
Freshers events give new students a chance to help meet people and become involved in the life of the University.
But the festivities appeared a bit much for some, as by the end of the night many were seen sitting on the curbs while others were kept in takeaways.