Hard-partying students stormed bars and nightclubs up and down the country last night with a bang for Freshers Week.
The students were seen having a ball as they began this new and exciting chapter in their lives, when the Covid restrictions ruined last year’s celebrations.
With nightclubs once again opening their doors after several Freshers Week events were closed last year, revelers were able to have seven days of partying on Monday nights.
The lockdown limited last year’s gatherings as the bar imposed a curfew and a booking capacity of six.
Freshers events give new students a chance to help meet people and become involved in the life of the University.
However, some had too much fun with several young women sitting on the curb after drinking too much.
And a student in Birmingham was barred on the floor after several officers repeatedly refused to disperse.
One person was also taken away in a police van by officials and bouncers near PRYZM Superclub.
Many of the fun were attended by paramedics, who dispatched at least two to wait for an ambulance.
Huge queues formed in Newcastle since evening hours as thousands tried to enter the city’s clubs.
The group of girls were seen jumping for joy and making the most of the cocktails offered while out on the town.
And the party-goers in Bristol seemed to be having the time of their lives as they took to the streets laughing with friends, enjoying the nightlife.