Is your Venus flytrap looking sad ... withered ... shabby?
Don't despair. They often look that way in winter. They need the rest so they can burst back into life in spring.
There are basic instructions on growing a Venus flytrap here. (It was written in America though, so remember their seasons are at different times of the year from ours ... November is roughly the start of their winter; March the start of their spring.)
There are handy instructions for growing a Venus flytrap at the back of The Flytrap Snaps, too.