Steam enthusiasts are making their way to the South West ahead of the Great Dorset Steam Fair, which opens next weekend.
Umbrellas were a necessary accessory as rain lashed several parts of the UK on Wednesday.
Today marks the start of the £25.7 million regeneration of Aberdeen's Union Terrace Gardens.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte watched their parents take to the sea in the King’s Cup regatta off the Isle of Wight, although victory was in the end claimed by adventurer Bear Grylls.
Flash flooding hit towns and villages across Moray yesterday amid intense thunder and lightning storms.
The Prince of Wales has served as chieftain at the Mey Highlands Games in Caithness. Charles, known as the Duke of Rothesay while in Scotland, enjoyed the spectacle of pipe bands, tug of war and tossing the caber during his visit.
Countryfile fans have descended on Oxfordshire’s spectacular Blenheim Palace to celebrate all things nature.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie took to the red carpet in Leicester Square for the premiere of the latest Quentin Tarantino film.
Sunshine, bagpipes and good times left Speyside “hoaching” with thousands of happy visitors this weekend at the 127th Dufftown Highland Games.
As the UK recorded its hottest day ever for July, millions of people were left looking for effective ways to cool down.
Boris Johnson will be the 14th prime minister the Queen has dealt with during her time on the throne. Here are images from PA’s archive documenting her encounters with some of Mr Johnson’s predecessors.
The UK was enjoying another balmy day, with the prospect of temperatures hitting a record for the time of year. But thunderstorms were forecast for the evening, with a yellow severe weather warning covering most of England, Wales and Scotland from 6pm on Tuesday until 9am on Wednesday.
The former mayor of London is never one to shy away from a photo opportunity.
Fantasy fans were given the chance to roam the grounds of a stately home in Gloucestershire for a weekend celebrating all forms of cosplay.
The Yorkshire sky was awash with a kaleidoscope of colours as three teams competed against each other in a fireworks extravaganza on Saturday night. The event – organised by Firework Champions – sees audience members vote for their favoured display, with the first of six competitions held at Newby Hall, Ripon.
These exclusive new images show how the new staff garden planned for Aberdeen Royal Infirmary could look.
Three great white pelicans have been released in St James’s Park, London.
Historic aircraft enthusiasts flocked to Duxford airfield in Cambridgeshire over the weekend for the 27th Flying Legends spectacular.
French President Emmanuel Macron led the Bastille Day celebrations as crowds packed the streets of Paris for the annual parade.
Work by Martin Parr, one of the world’s leading photographers, is to be the first special exhibition in the new BP Galleries at Aberdeen Art Gallery.
Hundreds of golfers teed off for the first time yesterday in glorious sunshine on a new course in Inverness – described as the “best inland course in the Highlands”.
Crowds of people have turned out for London’s Pride parade. Here are some of the colourful sights from the event in the capital.
Drizzling rain and wind could not dampen the spirits of spectators gathered to watch a spectacular showcase in the sky.
People across the north-east have managed to catch a lightning strike on camera. The Met Office issued a warning earlier today about a “surge of frequent lightning activity”. Here are some of the best photographs we’ve seen so far:
Getting drenched with red wine might not be everyone’s idea of fun, but it is the idea behind one of Spain’s most popular — and unusual — fiestas.
Early cloud made way for another scorching summer’s day for much of the UK.
Britons are basking in a spell of hot weather, mirroring the heatwave blasting much of Europe.
Tens of thousands of people will be on the ground at Glastonbury this summer, but the sheer scale of the festival is perhaps best appreciated from above.
Thousands of people got up early on Friday to see the sun rise on the longest day of the year – the summer solstice.
Royal Ascot is as much a social occasion as a sporting event, and racegoers take the opportunity to turn on the style, from chic hats and summer dresses to sharp suits.
Parts of the UK are continuing to suffer with flooding as weather forecasters predict further deluges.
Tourists and residents young and old were enjoying visiting the newly installed Oor Wullie sculptures in and around Aberdeen yesterday.