While 2018 saw an early start to spring, the “beast from the east” delayed the blooming of bluebells in British woods, the Woodland Trust has said.
Hardy students at the University of St Andrews have marked the start of May with a bone-chilling dawn swim in the North Sea. Plunging into the sea for the May Day Dip is believed to bring good luck in upcoming exams.
Britain will bask in sunshine and warm temperatures this week as the country looks set to see the hottest day of the year so far.
People should get out and garden in the coming days and weeks to make the most of a spring which “could be over in the blink of an eye”, experts said.
The wettest March in a decade has given way to a warm early April as forecasters predict double-digit temperatures across the UK ahead of the weekend.
A wet March has given way to a warm early April as forecasters predict double-digit temperatures across the UK heading towards the weekend.
The spring, or vernal equinox, marks the first day of spring, which this year is March 20.
Yellow snow warnings have been issued by the Met Office as a “mini Beast from the East” looks poised to impact Britain.
Spring was making an early appearance before the freezing weather of the “beast from the east” swept across the UK, sightings from the public show.
Spring sees the return of a few footwear favourites of yore (well, if the Noughties can be described as “yore”), but with a 2017 twist.
The spring/summer nail polish collections have hit the beauty counters and one thing’s for sure: it’s all about colour.
An Aberdeen farm is celebrating the birth of three calves.
Our web team have picked some of the best images posted on Instagram this weekend from across the North-east.
It’s 100 years since BST was introduced and as the clocks get ready to spring forward, we take a look at some fun facts behind the changing of our clocks. Including the man who pushed for the change and the European countries that won’t participate.