THOUSANDS of people packed along the Bluewater Quay and lined Forgan Bridge to ring in the New Year with a bang.

Eager revellers were claiming their spots along the river as early as 5.30pm to take part in the BB Print New Year's Eve River Party.

With performances, food, bouncy castles and fireworks to enjoy, many would agree the event was the perfect way to start the decade.

 

 

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