And here's cheers to May!
- Around 25,000 gathered on Magdalen Bridge from 06:00 to celebrate May Morning - a record
- The choristers of Magdalen College choir sang Hymnus Eucharisticus from the college’s Great Tower
- Folk musicians, dancers - and even a man dressed as a tree - congregated on Broad Street
It's been a record turnout, according to Oxford City Council. Numbers are up from 5,000 to a bumper 25,000.
As in all good things, it looks like May Morning in Oxford is drawing to a close. We've seen in the dawn to the sound of Magdalen College Choir, as far as we're aware no-one jumped in the River Cherwell, and there's been a dancing - a tree :) - and music in Broad Street.
Ever wondered what a radio interviewer questioning a tree looked like?
Well like this...
If you found yourself, I don't know asleep or something at 06:00 this Bank holiday Sunday morning, you might have missed Magdalen College choir singing in May from the top of the college's tower. Well, here they are:
Looks like things are winding down at Magdalen Bridge. Almost as if 25,000 people were never there three hours ago.
In an exclusive interview for the BBC, the tree was asked by Radio Oxford's Danny Cox how it felt being a tree. Well, for one thing, you can't see much. And then there's the attention, he said.
This year I've been mobbed.
So the BBC in Oxford has a whizzy new 360 degree camera. Take a look at its first outing.
There's a little healthy competition brewing on Broad Street. Tree... and now bells.
I think I'm in love.
Is there any more to say?
And they've interviewed a few more revellers.
"We've come over from Switzerland, from Zurich, specially for this!"
Meanwhile, the clean-up begins.
So, here was the scene on Broad Street at 05:00. Amazing what the dawn brings in Oxford on 1 May.
Rob is wearing antlers coming out of a bowler hat.
Just have a look at this video, to get an idea of the crowds.
Because May Morning attracts revellers from far and wide.
This guest told BBC Radio Oxford he was American - and he'd had Scotch for breakfast. How international.
Meanwhile, outside Radcliffe Camera there's Scottish dancing.
Here's the latest update from the BBC Radio Oxford team. Cough ;)
Are you one of the 25,000? BBC Oxford is joining in the May Morning fun.
News just in: A staggering 25,000 people listened to the Magdalen choir this morning, the biggest ever according to Oxford City Council.
If you missed the singing (and how could you) have a listen here, courtesy of Oxford City Council.
So just in case jumping off bridges into rivers on freezing mornings is your thing, the council is reminding May Morning celebrants - don't.
Mark Blandford Baker is the Home Burser at Magdalen College - founded in 1458 and gave birth May Morning celebrations about 50 years later.
He describes the time-honoured process - which sees the choir ascend the tower and as the clock strikes six, sing a hymn.
Here we go. Hymnus Eucharisticus from Magdalen's Great Tower. Don't know about you, but it sounds to me like they've all shown up.
Daniel Hyde has the ancient Latin title of Informator Choristarum - essentially the director of music at Magdalen College.
The boys all get here and are very excited. The undergraduates though, they've been out the night before - they're a little bit worse, for wear - but they understand it's a tradition that's gone on for so long that they are part of it and they do their bit.
The crowds are building. Today's the first time May Morning has fallen on a weekend since 2011. And it's a bank holiday, so record numbers are expected.