Readers’ pictures: A week in Weston

PUBLISHED: 15:00 28 April 2018

In pictures: a week in Weston.

In pictures: a week in Weston.

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Cycling through nature on the Brean Down Way. Picture: Nick Page HaymanCycling through nature on the Brean Down Way. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

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PHOTO CHALLENGE: Each week we set our readers a photo challenge to have a go at and the next challenge theme is ‘countryside’. We would like to see your countryside shots from anywhere around Weston, so if you would like to enter then simply go to www.iwitness24.co.uk and upload your shots to the Weston Photo Challenge channel.

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Cycling through nature on the Brean Down Way. Picture: Nick Page HaymanCycling through nature on the Brean Down Way. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

Cycling through nature on the Brean Down Way. Picture: Nick Page HaymanCycling through nature on the Brean Down Way. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

Cycling through nature on the Brean Down Way. Picture: Nick Page HaymanCycling through nature on the Brean Down Way. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

Rock face and Bluebells. Picture: Nick Page HaymanRock face and Bluebells. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

Rock face and Bluebells. Picture: Nick Page HaymanRock face and Bluebells. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

In between the Old and New Bristol Roads in Worle there is a narrow wooded area that is a haven for wildlife. On either side there is a ditch and in the ditch nearest Old Bristol Road a lot of frogspawn was observed on 26th March. On 20th April one half of the ditch was teeming with tadpoles but unfortunately they are competing with a lot of litter. The other half of the ditch has become littered and too overgrown to sustain the tadpoles. This shows the need for the ditch to be properly managed. Picture: Julie HitchensIn between the Old and New Bristol Roads in Worle there is a narrow wooded area that is a haven for wildlife. On either side there is a ditch and in the ditch nearest Old Bristol Road a lot of frogspawn was observed on 26th March. On 20th April one half of the ditch was teeming with tadpoles but unfortunately they are competing with a lot of litter. The other half of the ditch has become littered and too overgrown to sustain the tadpoles. This shows the need for the ditch to be properly managed. Picture: Julie Hitchens

In between the Old and New Bristol Roads in Worle there is a narrow wooded area that is a haven for wildlife. On either side there is a ditch and in the ditch nearest Old Bristol Road a lot of frogspawn was observed on 26th March. On 20th April one half of the ditch was teeming with tadpoles but unfortunately they are competing with a lot of litter. The other half of the ditch has become littered and too overgrown to sustain the tadpoles. This shows the need for the ditch to be properly managed. Picture: Julie HitchensIn between the Old and New Bristol Roads in Worle there is a narrow wooded area that is a haven for wildlife. On either side there is a ditch and in the ditch nearest Old Bristol Road a lot of frogspawn was observed on 26th March. On 20th April one half of the ditch was teeming with tadpoles but unfortunately they are competing with a lot of litter. The other half of the ditch has become littered and too overgrown to sustain the tadpoles. This shows the need for the ditch to be properly managed. Picture: Julie Hitchens

In between the Old and New Bristol Roads in Worle there is a narrow wooded area that is a haven for wildlife. On either side there is a ditch and in the ditch nearest Old Bristol Road a lot of frogspawn was observed on 26th March. On 20th April one half of the ditch was teeming with tadpoles but unfortunately they are competing with a lot of litter. The other half of the ditch has become littered and too overgrown to sustain the tadpoles. This shows the need for the ditch to be properly managed. Picture: Julie HitchensIn between the Old and New Bristol Roads in Worle there is a narrow wooded area that is a haven for wildlife. On either side there is a ditch and in the ditch nearest Old Bristol Road a lot of frogspawn was observed on 26th March. On 20th April one half of the ditch was teeming with tadpoles but unfortunately they are competing with a lot of litter. The other half of the ditch has become littered and too overgrown to sustain the tadpoles. This shows the need for the ditch to be properly managed. Picture: Julie Hitchens

In between the Old and New Bristol Roads in Worle there is a narrow wooded area that is a haven for wildlife. On either side there is a ditch and in the ditch nearest Old Bristol Road a lot of frogspawn was observed on 26th March. On 20th April one half of the ditch was teeming with tadpoles but unfortunately they are competing with a lot of litter. The other half of the ditch has become littered and too overgrown to sustain the tadpoles. This shows the need for the ditch to be properly managed. Picture: Julie HitchensIn between the Old and New Bristol Roads in Worle there is a narrow wooded area that is a haven for wildlife. On either side there is a ditch and in the ditch nearest Old Bristol Road a lot of frogspawn was observed on 26th March. On 20th April one half of the ditch was teeming with tadpoles but unfortunately they are competing with a lot of litter. The other half of the ditch has become littered and too overgrown to sustain the tadpoles. This shows the need for the ditch to be properly managed. Picture: Julie Hitchens

Family fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon ReedFamily fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon Reed

Family fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon ReedFamily fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon Reed

Family fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon ReedFamily fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon Reed

Family fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon ReedFamily fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon Reed

Family fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon ReedFamily fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon Reed

Family fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill.Family fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill.

Family fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon ReedFamily fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon Reed

Family fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon ReedFamily fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon Reed

Family fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon ReedFamily fun was had at Weston front this weekend as families enjoyed the 26 degree sunshine. The hole town was alive with smiling faces. beautiful blue bells at Uphill. Picture: Simon Reed

The Cobb at Lyme Regis. Picture: Sarah DoeThe Cobb at Lyme Regis. Picture: Sarah Doe

Great turnout for the St.Georges Day Parade. Picture: Nick Page HaymanGreat turnout for the St.Georges Day Parade. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

Great turnout for the St.Georges Day Parade. Picture: Nick Page HaymanGreat turnout for the St.Georges Day Parade. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

Great turnout for the St.Georges Day Parade. Picture: Nick Page HaymanGreat turnout for the St.Georges Day Parade. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

Storm coming at Lyme Regis. Picture: Sarah DoeStorm coming at Lyme Regis. Picture: Sarah Doe

We are very lucky to have Deer regularly visit us in our garden. We have many types of fruit tree's  and lots of natural plants and shrubs. This gives the Deer plenty of food throughout the year. Which encourages them to visit us time and time again. We never grow tired of seeing them and most years we get to see new baby deer in the spring. Picture: Janis JamesWe are very lucky to have Deer regularly visit us in our garden. We have many types of fruit tree's and lots of natural plants and shrubs. This gives the Deer plenty of food throughout the year. Which encourages them to visit us time and time again. We never grow tired of seeing them and most years we get to see new baby deer in the spring. Picture: Janis James

Great turnout for the St.Georges Day Parade. Picture: Nick Page HaymanGreat turnout for the St.Georges Day Parade. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

We are very lucky to have Deer regularly visit us in our garden. We have many types of fruit tree's and lots of natural plants and shrubs. This gives the Deer plenty of food throughout the year. Which encourages them to visit us time and time again. We never grow tired of seeing them and most years we get to see new Fawns in the spring. We are truly blessed. Picture: Janis JamesWe are very lucky to have Deer regularly visit us in our garden. We have many types of fruit tree's and lots of natural plants and shrubs. This gives the Deer plenty of food throughout the year. Which encourages them to visit us time and time again. We never grow tired of seeing them and most years we get to see new Fawns in the spring. We are truly blessed. Picture: Janis James

We are very lucky to have Deer regularly visit us in our garden. We have many types of fruit tree's  and lots of natural plants and shrubs. This gives the Deer plenty of food throughout the year. Which encourages them to visit us time and time again. We never grow tired of seeing them and most years we get to see new baby deer in the spring. Picture: Janis JamesWe are very lucky to have Deer regularly visit us in our garden. We have many types of fruit tree's and lots of natural plants and shrubs. This gives the Deer plenty of food throughout the year. Which encourages them to visit us time and time again. We never grow tired of seeing them and most years we get to see new baby deer in the spring. Picture: Janis James

The peanut pieces are really meant for the blue tits in my garden here in Worle but the local crow has other ideas! It repeatedly removes the feeder from the hook and drops it on the ground to empty out the food. The other day it removed the feeder and flew off with it over two fences to the property next door before dispatching the contents on to the neighbour's path! Picture: Julie HitchensThe peanut pieces are really meant for the blue tits in my garden here in Worle but the local crow has other ideas! It repeatedly removes the feeder from the hook and drops it on the ground to empty out the food. The other day it removed the feeder and flew off with it over two fences to the property next door before dispatching the contents on to the neighbour's path! Picture: Julie Hitchens

Green Woodpecker enjoying the garden at Worlebury. Picture: Martin PearceGreen Woodpecker enjoying the garden at Worlebury. Picture: Martin Pearce

Was very lucky to get this shot before the rain came hammering down. Picture: David WinshipWas very lucky to get this shot before the rain came hammering down. Picture: David Winship

The peanut pieces are really meant for the blue tits in my garden here in Worle but the local crow has other ideas! It repeatedly removes the feeder from the hook and drops it on the ground to empty out the food. The other day it removed the feeder and flew off with it over two fences to the property next door before dispatching the contents on to the neighbour's path! Picture: Julie HitchensThe peanut pieces are really meant for the blue tits in my garden here in Worle but the local crow has other ideas! It repeatedly removes the feeder from the hook and drops it on the ground to empty out the food. The other day it removed the feeder and flew off with it over two fences to the property next door before dispatching the contents on to the neighbour's path! Picture: Julie Hitchens

Lambs in Langford. Picture: Janine HolleyLambs in Langford. Picture: Janine Holley

Blackbirds busy collecting  food for their chicks. Picture: ROB BLAMIREBlackbirds busy collecting food for their chicks. Picture: ROB BLAMIRE

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