Breaking Record Temperatures in the UK Lead Thousands To Ignore COVID Rules
Hot temperatures have broken records in the UK–coicinding with the end of the 'stay at home' order leading thousands to disregard social distancing measures.
Woodhouse Moore in Leeds
Hundreds of people were seen gathering in an open green space in Leeds despite social distancing measures set in place.
Woodhouse Moore in the Hyde Park area of Leeds
Clearly, the rule of six was being broken with hundreds of park goers gathering to enjoy the unusually sunny weather.
Hyde Park in Leeds, West Yorkshire
An aerial view of a massive crowd picnicking under the sun in Hyde Park
Primrose Hill, London
Police were seen reminding those outside to respect the rule of six
Kill the Bill protest in Bristol
Meanwhile in Bristol, demonstrators took to the street to protest the UK Government's Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.
Beach in Brighton, England
Beach goers in Brighton were seen soaking in the sun in swimsuits to celebrate the hottest day of march since 1968.
Tynemouth Longsands Beach
The aftermath resulted in obscene amounts of rubbish on Tynemouth Longsands Beach.
Groups exceeding the limit of number of people allowed together were seen gathered on a hill in Greenwich.
Beachgoers in Brighton, England
Beachgoers dancing on a beach in Brighton as the sun sets on the evening of 30 March
Dance performance on the beach in Brighton
Celebrations were vast to mark the end of the 'stay at home' order. Pictured here is a performer wielding flames in the middle of a beach in Brighton