Look back at the week in pictures from Weston

PUBLISHED: 12:00 11 February 2018

Distance shots from Royal Sands. Picture: Terry Kelly

Distance shots from Royal Sands. Picture: Terry Kelly

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Distance shots from Royal Sands. Picture: Terry KellyDistance shots from Royal Sands. Picture: Terry Kelly

Every week we share with you the photos that our readers have been sending us via our image sharing website - iwitness24.

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PHOTO CHALLENGE: Each week we set our readers a photo challenge to have a go at and the last theme was ‘Circles’. Our next photo challenge is ‘By the Coast’ and we would love to see your coastal pictures taken from anywhere in and around Weston. To enter simply upload them to the iwitness24 Weston ‘Photo Challenge’ category and we’ll include them in next week’s gallery.

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Distance shots from Royal Sands. Picture: Terry KellyDistance shots from Royal Sands. Picture: Terry Kelly

Various photos from Royal Sands Beach. Picture: Terry KellyVarious photos from Royal Sands Beach. Picture: Terry Kelly

Various photos from Royal Sands Beach. Picture: Terry KellyVarious photos from Royal Sands Beach. Picture: Terry Kelly

Various photos from Royal Sands Beach. Picture: Terry KellyVarious photos from Royal Sands Beach. Picture: Terry Kelly

Various photos from Royal Sands Beach. Picture: Terry KellyVarious photos from Royal Sands Beach. Picture: Terry Kelly

Various photos from Royal Sands Beach. Picture: Terry KellyVarious photos from Royal Sands Beach. Picture: Terry Kelly

Various photos from Royal Sands Beach. Picture: Terry KellyVarious photos from Royal Sands Beach. Picture: Terry Kelly

Sunday morning and I saw loads of dogs on Weston beach. Picture: Terry KellySunday morning and I saw loads of dogs on Weston beach. Picture: Terry Kelly

Sunday morning and I saw loads of dogs on Weston beach. Picture: Terry KellySunday morning and I saw loads of dogs on Weston beach. Picture: Terry Kelly

Sunday morning and I saw loads of dogs on Weston beach. Picture: Terry KellySunday morning and I saw loads of dogs on Weston beach. Picture: Terry Kelly

The 1st picture shows the clock as it was on 28th December 2017. Then on January 31st at 1300hrs and low tide 2 persons accessed Birnbeck Pier and proceeded to break the clock out of its tower. It was dragged down under the arches and smashed into smaller pieces ready to be bagged up and taken away. The Police were informed and were on the scene in time to apprehend the men as they got back to shore. Picture: Nick Page HaymanThe 1st picture shows the clock as it was on 28th December 2017. Then on January 31st at 1300hrs and low tide 2 persons accessed Birnbeck Pier and proceeded to break the clock out of its tower. It was dragged down under the arches and smashed into smaller pieces ready to be bagged up and taken away. The Police were informed and were on the scene in time to apprehend the men as they got back to shore. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

The 1st picture shows the clock as it was on 28th December 2017. Then on January 31st at 1300hrs and low tide 2 persons accessed Birnbeck Pier and proceeded to break the clock out of its tower. It was dragged down under the arches and smashed into smaller pieces ready to be bagged up and taken away. The Police were informed and were on the scene in time to apprehend the men as they got back to shore. Picture: Nick Page HaymanThe 1st picture shows the clock as it was on 28th December 2017. Then on January 31st at 1300hrs and low tide 2 persons accessed Birnbeck Pier and proceeded to break the clock out of its tower. It was dragged down under the arches and smashed into smaller pieces ready to be bagged up and taken away. The Police were informed and were on the scene in time to apprehend the men as they got back to shore. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

The 1st picture shows the clock as it was on 28th December 2017. Then on January 31st at 1300hrs and low tide 2 persons accessed Birnbeck Pier and proceeded to break the clock out of its tower. It was dragged down under the arches and smashed into smaller pieces ready to be bagged up and taken away. The Police were informed and were on the scene in time to apprehend the men as they got back to shore. Picture: Nick Page HaymanThe 1st picture shows the clock as it was on 28th December 2017. Then on January 31st at 1300hrs and low tide 2 persons accessed Birnbeck Pier and proceeded to break the clock out of its tower. It was dragged down under the arches and smashed into smaller pieces ready to be bagged up and taken away. The Police were informed and were on the scene in time to apprehend the men as they got back to shore. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

This friendly robin was happy to hang around and pose for my camera and managed to get some great shots. Picture: Ben NicholasThis friendly robin was happy to hang around and pose for my camera and managed to get some great shots. Picture: Ben Nicholas

The 1st picture shows the clock as it was on 28th December 2017. Then on January 31st at 1300hrs and low tide 2 persons accessed Birnbeck Pier and proceeded to break the clock out of its tower. It was dragged down under the arches and smashed into smaller pieces ready to be bagged up and taken away. The Police were informed and were on the scene in time to apprehend the men as they got back to shore. Picture: Nick Page HaymanThe 1st picture shows the clock as it was on 28th December 2017. Then on January 31st at 1300hrs and low tide 2 persons accessed Birnbeck Pier and proceeded to break the clock out of its tower. It was dragged down under the arches and smashed into smaller pieces ready to be bagged up and taken away. The Police were informed and were on the scene in time to apprehend the men as they got back to shore. Picture: Nick Page Hayman

This friendly robin was happy to hang around and pose for my camera and managed to get some great shots. Picture: Ben NicholasThis friendly robin was happy to hang around and pose for my camera and managed to get some great shots. Picture: Ben Nicholas

This friendly robin was happy to hang around and pose for my camera and managed to get some great shots. Picture: Ben NicholasThis friendly robin was happy to hang around and pose for my camera and managed to get some great shots. Picture: Ben Nicholas

Snowdrops on the rockery at Grove Park are open already and looking great and a nice day to get some lovely shots. Picture: Ben NicholasSnowdrops on the rockery at Grove Park are open already and looking great and a nice day to get some lovely shots. Picture: Ben Nicholas

Snowdrops on the rockery at Grove Park are open already and looking great and a nice day to get some lovely shots. Picture: Ben NicholasSnowdrops on the rockery at Grove Park are open already and looking great and a nice day to get some lovely shots. Picture: Ben Nicholas

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