Whether you spend every Sunday in the scrum, are heading to a game or see this as the perfect excuse to relax in front of the television. The Six Nations will be a rollercoaster. Choose your anthem and sing it loud. Heart stopping, pulse racing, emotional stuff.
Seeing the Northern Lights is on everyone's wish list, but you don't need to venture to the North Pole. A visit to The Scottish Dark Sky Observatory will introduce you (unsurprisingly) to the darkest night skies. The Milky Way, shooting stars, penumbral lunar eclipse and even those elusive Northern Lights - who knows what you might see. Magical.
The snowdrops are out. The first to raise heads after New Year, these flowers release a beautiful fragrance. People set off in their thousands to find them with the Raveningham Gardens in Norwich, opening its gates with special snowdrop tours on Sunday 12th February. This is your chance to see the first signs of spring.
Pancake day is a childhood tradition that never grows old. The downside is that someone has to man the pan whilst everyone else eats and someone else has to scrape that over flipped one from the ceiling. For a more convivial experience, why not try a baked pancake. Bring it out of the oven and everyone can share it together. This easy baked caramelised apple and cinnamon Dutch baby pancake from Rachel Phipps is chock full of apple so you can argue it's healthy too.