In St. David's it has been sporadically clear after 10pm on various days in the last week and although quite a few nights have been affected by clouds drifting through it has been very clear otherwise so we have been down to nearby cliff tops to get a good southern horizon.
Last night while observing M13, M31, M51, M101 and Barnard's E, we saw that Mars was casting a reflective beam over St. Brides Bay very similar to the beam of light over the sea from the Moon, this really shows the large diameter of Mars at the moment.
Also attached is a labelled version of the same image showing Capricorn, Microscopium, Piscis Austrinus, Sagittarius, M55 (actually visible in the picture), and the location of Pluto (not visible it is magnitude 14 and too faint). We've not seen Microscopium or Piscis Austrinus before, it really shows how much more of the sky you can see with a clear, good horizon.