How did you see in 2020? Well, in Clevedon, 200 hardy souls - many of them in fancy dress - braved the seawater of the marine lake to celebrate New Year's Day.
Watch 'Swim the New Year In'
The New Year's Day dip has become an annual tradition at Clevedon Marine Lake. As well as providing a refreshing start to the year, a collection is made for Marlens, the charity responsible for the upkeep of the pool.
The water - which comes in from the Severn Estuary - wasn't freezing but it was certainly very chilly. Temperatures ranged between 3 and 6 Celsius on the day. It's not the sort of water to hang around in but many of the swimmers were happy to stay the distance, with the central platform proving very popular.
When you're thinking about it, it doesn't feel good but as soon as you get in, it feels good. A good high after getting in so you feel good for doing it.
Many of those who turned up are regular users of the Marine Lake and say open-air swimming has huge benefits.
I'm a Type 1 diabetic. This is supposed to be really good for the immune system - mine's shot, obviously. So I came down here with my sugar and my insulin syringes and we've been doing it twice a week ever since September and I absolutely love it. It makes me feel so brilliant.