I picked up a 'flutter' on Twitter last night of a bright fireball sometime prior to 0100 hrs (no actual times reported) from sources in Manchester , Harrogate area & Northampton.Peter Drew (Astronomy Centre-Todmorden) reported the object on the SGL Forum (observed visually at 12:40 am from his bed through a Velux window ). There are at least four visual reports on the Armagh logs arpc65.arm.ac.uk/cgi-bin/fireballs/browse.pl - scroll down. Alex Pratt (Leeds) recorded the object on video @ 00:39:13 UT through cloud & William Stewart at 00:39:10 UT. It looks a grand object and I believe ARP & WS will report further later. I look to have found a video record from the Worcester area with a 2.1 mm lens (awaiting confirmation).
I had significant cloud cover at that time, so I was fortunate to capture the object (attached). The meteor first appeared (in a gap in the clouds) at 00:39:13 UT on 2013 March 30.
It was very slow, lasting 6s on my video. Peak magnitude was perhaps -3, which would have made it appear as a fireball class event. As mentioned, stewartw also captured it, so we are analysing our 2-station data.