Readers pictures from around Weston

PUBLISHED: 12:00 29 October 2017

Readers' pictures - iwitness24 week in photos.

Readers' pictures - iwitness24 week in photos.

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Catch this week’s round-up of photos sent in by our readers through iwitness24.

Old picture found at a car boot. Picture: Nick Page HaymanOld picture found at a car boot. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

This week we saw some great pictures of the big waves whipped up by Storm Brian and captured on camera by Mercury readers, Nick Page Hayman and Martin Pearce.

Sign up: All of these pictures were sent in via our photo sharing website, iwitness24. If you would like to see your photos appearing in the Mercury in print/online then go to www.iwitness24.co.uk and share your pictures to the Weston group.

Join in: We also had a super picture of a busker, submitted by Tony Baker for our last photo challenge - Town Life. Our current challenge is ‘By the Riverside’ - send us your river scene shots by joining iwitness24 and uploading them to the Weston Photo Challenge group.

More: For the latest photo challenges and iwitness24 news, join us on Facebook at - IWitness24 South West

This squirrel in Ashcombe park seemed quite happy to have his photo taken. Picture: Wendy ElsonThis squirrel in Ashcombe park seemed quite happy to have his photo taken. Picture: Wendy Elson

This squirrel in Ashcombe park seemed quite happy to have his photo taken. Picture: Wendy ElsonThis squirrel in Ashcombe park seemed quite happy to have his photo taken. Picture: Wendy Elson

Storm Brian left his mark in Weston. Picture: Nick Page HaymanStorm Brian left his mark in Weston. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

Brian kicking up a storm. Picture: Martin PearceBrian kicking up a storm. Picture: Martin Pearce

Brian kicking up a storm. Picture: Martin PearceBrian kicking up a storm. Picture: Martin Pearce

Brian kicking up a storm. Picture: Martin PearceBrian kicking up a storm. Picture: Martin Pearce

Storm Brian left his mark in Weston. Picture: Nick Page HaymanStorm Brian left his mark in Weston. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

Escaping the waves at Marine Lake. Picture: Martin PearceEscaping the waves at Marine Lake. Picture: Martin Pearce

Brian kicking up a storm. Picture: Martin PearceBrian kicking up a storm. Picture: Martin Pearce

This week three spiritualist mediums worked together to raise money for the BRI Respiratory unit. The event which was  the third Clairvoyant evening, was organised by Deborah Smith, with mediums Elsie Poynton, Sharon Bird, and Gary Pullin. This is part of a fund  raiser. Thanks to  everyone who helped us raise a grand sum of £10,000,  We will continue, but we cannot do it without the support of all those who came and sponsored and Donation Big thank you to  everyone. Picture: Elsie PoyntonThis week three spiritualist mediums worked together to raise money for the BRI Respiratory unit. The event which was the third Clairvoyant evening, was organised by Deborah Smith, with mediums Elsie Poynton, Sharon Bird, and Gary Pullin. This is part of a fund raiser. Thanks to everyone who helped us raise a grand sum of £10,000, We will continue, but we cannot do it without the support of all those who came and sponsored and Donation Big thank you to everyone. Picture: Elsie Poynton

Storm Brian left his mark in Weston.Storm Brian left his mark in Weston.

Storm Brian left his mark in Weston. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.Storm Brian left his mark in Weston. Picture: Nick Page. Hayman.

Escaping the waves at Marine LakeEscaping the waves at Marine Lake

This week three spiritualist mediums worked together to raise money for the BRI Respiratory unit. The event which was  the third Clairvoyant evening, was organised by Deborah Smith, with mediums Elsie Poynton, Sharon Bird, and Gary Pullin. This is part of a fund  raiser. Thanks to  everyone who helped us raise a grand sum of £10,000,  We will continue, but we cannot do it without the support of all those who came and sponsored and Donation Big thank you to  everyone. Picture: Elsie PoyntonThis week three spiritualist mediums worked together to raise money for the BRI Respiratory unit. The event which was the third Clairvoyant evening, was organised by Deborah Smith, with mediums Elsie Poynton, Sharon Bird, and Gary Pullin. This is part of a fund raiser. Thanks to everyone who helped us raise a grand sum of £10,000, We will continue, but we cannot do it without the support of all those who came and sponsored and Donation Big thank you to everyone. Picture: Elsie Poynton

This week three spiritualist mediums worked together to raise money for the BRI Respiratory unit. The event which was  the third Clairvoyant evening, was organised by Deborah Smith, with mediums Elsie Poynton, Sharon Bird, and Gary Pullin. This is part of a fund  raiser. Thanks to  everyone who helped us raise a grand sum of £10,000. We will continue, but we cannot do it without the support of all those who came and sponsored and Donation Big thank you to  everyone. Picture: Elsie PoyntonThis week three spiritualist mediums worked together to raise money for the BRI Respiratory unit. The event which was the third Clairvoyant evening, was organised by Deborah Smith, with mediums Elsie Poynton, Sharon Bird, and Gary Pullin. This is part of a fund raiser. Thanks to everyone who helped us raise a grand sum of £10,000. We will continue, but we cannot do it without the support of all those who came and sponsored and Donation Big thank you to everyone. Picture: Elsie Poynton

Storm Brian whipping up the sea at Knightstone. Picture: Martin PearceStorm Brian whipping up the sea at Knightstone. Picture: Martin Pearce

Busker with a great voice. Picture: Tony BakerBusker with a great voice. Picture: Tony Baker

Storm Brian left his mark in Weston. Picture: Nick Page HaymanStorm Brian left his mark in Weston. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

The new trees in the Italian gardens have already suffered from the wind and with wind conditions forecast to get stronger over the weekend they really could do with some support. Nick Page HaymanThe new trees in the Italian gardens have already suffered from the wind and with wind conditions forecast to get stronger over the weekend they really could do with some support. Nick Page Hayman

Storm Brian whipping up the sea at Knightstone. Picture: Martin PearceStorm Brian whipping up the sea at Knightstone. Picture: Martin Pearce

Storm Brian whipping up the sea at Knightstone. Picture: Martin PearceStorm Brian whipping up the sea at Knightstone. Picture: Martin Pearce

The new trees in the Italian gardens have already suffered from the wind and with wind conditions forecast to get stronger over the weekend they really could do with some support. Nick Page HaymanThe new trees in the Italian gardens have already suffered from the wind and with wind conditions forecast to get stronger over the weekend they really could do with some support. Nick Page Hayman

Storm Brian whipping up the sea at Knightstone. Picture: Martin PearceStorm Brian whipping up the sea at Knightstone. Picture: Martin Pearce

The new trees in the Italian gardens have already suffered from the wind and with wind conditions forecast to get stronger over the weekend they really could do with some support. Nick Page HaymanThe new trees in the Italian gardens have already suffered from the wind and with wind conditions forecast to get stronger over the weekend they really could do with some support. Nick Page Hayman

The new trees in the Italian gardens have already suffered from the wind and with wind conditions forecast to get stronger over the weekend they really could do with some support. Nick Page HaymanThe new trees in the Italian gardens have already suffered from the wind and with wind conditions forecast to get stronger over the weekend they really could do with some support. Nick Page Hayman

The Tropicana Icescape. Picture: Nick Page HaymanThe Tropicana Icescape. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

The Tropicana Icescape. Picture: Nick Page HaymanThe Tropicana Icescape. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

The Tropicana Icescape. Picture: Nick Page HaymanThe Tropicana Icescape. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

The Tropicana Icescape. Picture: Nick Page HaymanThe Tropicana Icescape. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

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