Readers’ photos of Weston - iwitness24 round up

PUBLISHED: 12:03 02 September 2017

iwitness24 wk35 readers' pictures round up.

iwitness24 wk35 readers' pictures round up.

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A round up of this week’s pictures sent in by our iwitness24 photographers.

Common darters mating in Grove Park on Saturday afternoon. Picture: Ben NicholasCommon darters mating in Grove Park on Saturday afternoon. Picture: Ben Nicholas

This week we have seen some stunning images submitted by our Mercury readers through iwitness24 - our image-sharing website.

Iwitness24 is run by Archant, which publishes many local newspapers such as the Weston Mercury and North Somerset Times. Join iwitness24 and you could see your pictures appearing in your local newspaper (in print/online).

The Mercury is currently running a calendar competition in partnership with the Birnbeck Regeneration Trust - Theme: Somerset At Its Finest. You can enter the competition by uploading your photos to the Weston ‘Photo Challenge’ group. More details here: http://bit.ly/2xbRHqD

Sunset over the Bristol Channel. Picture: John StephensonSunset over the Bristol Channel. Picture: John Stephenson

What fantastic bank holiday weather, which put Weston on the map as a place to visit. Picture: James WaltersWhat fantastic bank holiday weather, which put Weston on the map as a place to visit. Picture: James Walters

The beach and sea front are cleaned every morning by cheerful friendly men - thank you. Picture: Elsie PoyntonThe beach and sea front are cleaned every morning by cheerful friendly men - thank you. Picture: Elsie Poynton

Beautiful start to Sunday morning , we are so blessed with sunrises and sunsets in Weston. Picture: Elsie PoyntonBeautiful start to Sunday morning , we are so blessed with sunrises and sunsets in Weston. Picture: Elsie Poynton

Great day had on bank holiday Monday at The Tropicana with Film & Comic con really busy and great day had by all. Picture: Sally GriffithsGreat day had on bank holiday Monday at The Tropicana with Film & Comic con really busy and great day had by all. Picture: Sally Griffiths

Amateur photographer taking photos for a hobby. Weston super mare. Picture: Jamie HoareAmateur photographer taking photos for a hobby. Weston super mare. Picture: Jamie Hoare

The approaching sunrise lights up the dawn sky in golden yellow as the old control tower emerges from the mist. Photo taken at 06;45 on the 31st of August. Picture: Eddie HancockThe approaching sunrise lights up the dawn sky in golden yellow as the old control tower emerges from the mist. Photo taken at 06;45 on the 31st of August. Picture: Eddie Hancock

Under the eye of the watchful cows at Uphill. Picture: Sarah DoeUnder the eye of the watchful cows at Uphill. Picture: Sarah Doe

Marine Lake, Weston Super Mare above Birnbeck Pier. Picture: Vultur SebastianMarine Lake, Weston Super Mare above Birnbeck Pier. Picture: Vultur Sebastian

Simply lovely! Picture: Sally GriffithsSimply lovely! Picture: Sally Griffiths

The re opening of the Weston Museum in Burlington Street. Picture: Henry HarrisonThe re opening of the Weston Museum in Burlington Street. Picture: Henry Harrison

Burnham light house, looking towards the town. Picture: James GriffithsBurnham light house, looking towards the town. Picture: James Griffiths

Birnbeck Calendar Competition. Picture:  Nick Page HaymanBirnbeck Calendar Competition. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

The beach was the destination for many families on bank holiday Monday. Picture: Nick Page HaymanThe beach was the destination for many families on bank holiday Monday. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

Fab day. Picture: Sally GriffithsFab day. Picture: Sally Griffiths

Birnbeck Calendar Competition. Picture: Martin PowisBirnbeck Calendar Competition. Picture: Martin Powis

Antony Baker   alisonandtony13@gmail.com Sunset down the Severn Birnbeck calendar competition. Picture: Antony BakerAntony Baker alisonandtony13@gmail.com Sunset down the Severn Birnbeck calendar competition. Picture: Antony Baker

A lovely walk across Sand Point, on a lovely summer's day. Picture: Terry KellyA lovely walk across Sand Point, on a lovely summer's day. Picture: Terry Kelly

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