Hogmanay Firelight

Hogmanay Firelight” flickr photo by pjhunter shared under a Creative Commons (BY) license

Hogmanay is the Scots name for New Year’s Eve. Usually there would be big celebrations in the cities, with many travelling to Edinburgh to see in the bells together and sing Auld Lang Syne. This year, as last year, celebrations across Scotland will be smaller than in the past, with large gatherings not being allowed. Scots are also being cautioned not to first-foot, but to stay home as much as they can.

How will you celebrate New Year’s Eve this year?

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