iWitness24 readers take stunning images of Weston basked in sunlight

A beautiful Spring Day in Winter, apparently. Yet the curious clouds seem to be telling a different

A beautiful Spring Day in Winter, apparently. Yet the curious clouds seem to be telling a different story… - Credit: Derek Hitchins

Readers of the Weston Midweek and Mercury have sent in captivating pictures of the town basked in sunlight for this week’s iWitness24.

RNLI out on a training session with a drone filming...Can you spot the drone ?

RNLI out on a training session with a drone filming...Can you spot the drone ? - Credit: Nick Page. Hayman.

Temperatures reached the high teens in Weston at the end of last month, and people were keen to show-off their photography skills.

Derek Hitchins took a colourful snapshot of the town’s SeaQuarium, which faces an uncertain future with consultations underway.

Nick Page Hayman took a serene picture of the RNLI out on a training day at sea.

Natalie Butler sent in an image of spring flowers on a hillside.

Spring flowers

Spring flowers - Credit: Natalie Butler


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She also sent in a picture of a bright purple flower in bloom.

John Stephenson took a stunning photo between Uphill Beacon and the village church.

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Zara Britton sent in a snapshot of her daughters with the family dog.

And Ruth Mountstephens took a calming image of the Weston’s Grand Pier.

Brean down between Uphill beacon and church

Brean down between Uphill beacon and church - Credit: John Stephenson

Beautiful walk my daughters & our dog Narla.

Beautiful walk my daughters & our dog Narla. - Credit: Zara Britton

Various photos taken on different dates of Weston's magnificent sunsets

Various photos taken on different dates of Weston's magnificent sunsets - Credit: Ruth Mountstephens

Spring flowers

Spring flowers - Credit: Natalie Butler

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