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alert-–-bunnies-with-sore-heads:-easter-sunday-revellers-hit-the-town-on-the-last-night-of-the-long-weekend…before-getting-back-to-work-tomorrowAlert – Bunnies with sore heads: Easter Sunday revellers hit the town on the last night of the long weekend…before getting back to work tomorrow

Revellers partied hard into Easter Monday morning as they hit the town on the last night of the Bank Holiday weekend before the Tuesday return to work.

Party animals will be waking up with sore heads this morning as they danced and drank the night away on Sunday.

Many were seen dressed up for the occasion, with boozy revellers braving the chilly weather across the UK.

Brits filled pubs, bars and nightclubs late into Sunday night as they made the most of the long weekend.

Revellers, some donning Easter Bunny ears, were pictured descending on bars in the Newcastle city centre to celebrate the Easter weekend, with some going a bit too hard as they were pictured passed out on the floor.

One group danced and joked about in the street while glammed up for their final night out before the end of the long Bank holiday weekend

One group of friends were dressed to the nines in flamboyant dresses and towering high heels for their night out in Birmingham

One group of friends were dressed to the nines in flamboyant dresses and towering high heels for their night out in Birmingham

Spirits were high and some seemed worse for wear while celebrating their final night out before returning to work after the bank holiday weekend

A group of friends hit the town in Newcastle wearing Easter bunny ears as they made the most of the last night out before work tomorrow

A group of friends hit the town in Newcastle wearing Easter bunny ears as they made the most of the last night out before work tomorrow

This group of lads stopped off to have a dance with a man playing an accordion in Newcastle

This group of lads stopped off to have a dance with a man playing an accordion in Newcastle 

One partier took a tumble and had to be helped up by her friends in Newcastle

One partier took a tumble and had to be helped up by her friends in Newcastle

This revellers needed a lift home after partying hard into the night with friends in Newcastle

This revellers needed a lift home after partying hard into the night with friends in Newcastle

Party animals dressed up for an Easter Sunday night out ahead of the long weekend coming to an end

Party animals dressed up for an Easter Sunday night out ahead of the long weekend coming to an end

Some appeared to have had one too many tipples as they were seen being picked up off the floor, having rows in the street or being scolded by police officers. 

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As clubbers partied hard into the night, some partygoers were seen being carried through the streets to kebab shops and eventually home.

Last night marked the end of the long weekend nights out, with Brits also descending on bars on Good Friday and Easter Saturday. 

Yesterday, Brits made the most of the Easter Saturday sun in Leeds as they dressed up for the infamous Otley Run.

Some were seen in fancy dress while others wore skimpy outfits to go on the pub crawl with their friends.

Easter bunnies, sailor girls and cricket lads were pictured tackling the mammoth route of 17 venues.

Pictures also show some people falling on the floor while smiling during the mid-afternoon boozy session.

The historic pub crawl starts at Woodies pub in Far Headingley and finishes at The Dry Dock on the edge of the city centre.

Some revelers in Newcastle decided to ditch their heels completely and go for a more comfortable pair of flip flops as they carried on their bank holiday weekend partying

Some revelers in Newcastle decided to ditch their heels completely and go for a more comfortable pair of flip flops as they carried on their bank holiday weekend partying

Some appeared to have had too much fun and were a little unsteady on their feet in Newcastle over the Easter weekend

Some appeared to have had too much fun and were a little unsteady on their feet in Newcastle over the Easter weekend

This group of lads opted for bunny ear headbands in a nod to the Easter-themed bank holiday boozing

This group of lads opted for bunny ear headbands in a nod to the Easter-themed bank holiday boozing

Two pals pose for the cameras as they venture out into Newcastle for a Easter Sunday night out

Two pals pose for the cameras as they venture out into Newcastle for a Easter Sunday night out

One too many? Dressed up revellers were seen stumbling through Newcastle last night

One too many? Dressed up revellers were seen stumbling through Newcastle last night

Last night marked the end of the long weekend nights out, with Brits also descending on bars on Good Friday and Easter Saturday

Last night marked the end of the long weekend nights out, with Brits also descending on bars on Good Friday and Easter Saturday

Police officers swoop on one man on a night out in Newcastle on Easter Sunday

Police officers swoop on one man on a night out in Newcastle on Easter Sunday

Revellers continued to make the most of the long weekend on Sunday night as they descended on bars, pubs and clubs

Revellers continued to make the most of the long weekend on Sunday night as they descended on bars, pubs and clubs

Revellers continued to make the most of the long weekend on Sunday night as they descended on bars, pubs and clubs

The challenge is to have a drink in each of the 17 pubs along the way.

Revellers also hit the town on Friday night as they kicked off the four-day weekend.

With some in elaborate jockey outfits, others enjoyed the occasion as cheerleaders, aliens and even supervillains.

Brits did not let the brisk weather get in the way of their nights out – and heavy rain is forecast to develop in the south of England today amid a wet Easter long weekend.

No weather warnings have yet been issued for Monday, however 10 flood warnings – meaning flooding is expected – and 112 flood alerts are in place across England.

The latest flood warning, issued overnight by the Environment Agency, is for the River Brue in Somerset.

Roads at risk include those in Catsham, Cowbridge and West Lydford, and the B3151 Glastonbury to Meare Road.

Partygoers in Leeds go all out in fancy dress for the Otley Run pub crawl on Easter Saturday

Partygoers in Leeds go all out in fancy dress for the Otley Run pub crawl on Easter Saturday

Three women on Broad Street, Birmingham, wearing bunny ears as they celebrate the long weekend on Saturday

Three women on Broad Street, Birmingham, wearing bunny ears as they celebrate the long weekend on Saturday

Revellers in Leeds in football strips, a donkey costume and dressed as a golfer on Saturday

 Revellers in Leeds in football strips, a donkey costume and dressed as a golfer on Saturday

Party animals were seen stumbling trough the streets of Leeds, Newcastle (pictured) and Birmingham in force on Saturday

Party animals were seen stumbling trough the streets of Leeds, Newcastle (pictured) and Birmingham in force on Saturday

Two women pose for the camera outside Rosie's nightclub in Birmingham on Saturday

Two women pose for the camera outside Rosie’s nightclub in Birmingham on Saturday

Brits made the most of the Easter Saturday sun in Leeds as they dressed up for the Otley Run

Brits made the most of the Easter Saturday sun in Leeds as they dressed up for the Otley Run

Properties on Dyehouse Lane, Glastonbury, are at risk from the Glastonbury Millstream overtopping, and river overtopping at Baltonsborough is expected.

Although rainfall has largely passed out of the area, the River Brue is expected to remain high into Monday afternoon.

Heavy rain drenched the south of England and parts of Wales on Sunday evening, with the Met Office forecasting further heavy showers to develop in the south throughout Monday.