PICTURES: Weston-super-Mare covered in snow by mini Beast From The East

PUBLISHED: 10:14 19 March 2018 | UPDATED: 10:35 19 March 2018

Castle Batch, Worle. People enjoying the snow.

Castle Batch, Worle. People enjoying the snow.

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Heavy snow over the past 48 hours has seen Weston-super-Mare and the wider area get covered – and has led to a number of fantastic photo opportunities.

Uphill Hill, Weston. People enjoying the snow.Uphill Hill, Weston. People enjoying the snow.

Photographers have been out and about capturing stunning snowy sites and people enjoying the cold temperatures.

Uphill provided a truly wonderful vantage point to see the landscape covered in white.

Snow on Uphill Hill, Weston.Snow on Uphill Hill, Weston.

Snow on Uphill Hill, Weston.Snow on Uphill Hill, Weston.

Elsewhere there was plenty of fun to have down on the seafront, with the snow covering the beach.

But it was Weston’s parks which were the most popular place to visit.

Castle Batch in Worle and Ashcombe Park were great spots to build a snowman, have a snowball fight or go sledging.

Ashcombe Park under a cover of snow. Picture: Alison MooreAshcombe Park under a cover of snow. Picture: Alison Moore

Castle Batch, Worle. People enjoying the snow.Castle Batch, Worle. People enjoying the snow.

Castle Batch, Worle. People enjoying the snow.Castle Batch, Worle. People enjoying the snow.

Castle Batch, Worle. People enjoying the snow.Castle Batch, Worle. People enjoying the snow.

Ashcombe Park under a cover of snow. Picture: Alison MooreAshcombe Park under a cover of snow. Picture: Alison Moore

Ashcombe Park under a cover of snow. Picture: Alison MooreAshcombe Park under a cover of snow. Picture: Alison Moore

The mini beast From The East saw about four inches of snow fall yesterday (Sunday) morning in areas such as Cleeve.

BBC weather presenter Ian Fergusson took a number of pictures showing the difficult conditions on the A370.

Snow in Cleeve yesterday. Picture: Ian FergussonSnow in Cleeve yesterday. Picture: Ian Fergusson

Snow in Cleeve yesterday. Picture: Ian FergussonSnow in Cleeve yesterday. Picture: Ian Fergusson

Wildlife have also been affected with plants such as daffodils more accustomed to spring sunshine in late-March than snow.

Mike Jerrett’s walk around Worle yesterday showed the hardy plants were battling against the elements to survive.

Sunday's snow. Photos taken around St Martin's Church. Picture: Mike JerrettSunday's snow. Photos taken around St Martin's Church. Picture: Mike Jerrett

Sunday's snow. Photos taken around St Martin's Church. Picture: Mike JerrettSunday's snow. Photos taken around St Martin's Church. Picture: Mike Jerrett

Sunday's snow. Photos taken around St Martin's Church. Picture: Mike JerrettSunday's snow. Photos taken around St Martin's Church. Picture: Mike Jerrett

Out and about. Picture: Timmay CurtisOut and about. Picture: Timmay Curtis

The return of Winter leaves it mark. Ice and snow from The Beast of the East. Picture: Peter ElstonThe return of Winter leaves it mark. Ice and snow from The Beast of the East. Picture: Peter Elston

The return of Winter leaves it mark. Ice and snow from The Beast of the East. Picture: Peter ElstonThe return of Winter leaves it mark. Ice and snow from The Beast of the East. Picture: Peter Elston

* To view more pictures, or to upload your snowy shots, visit www.iwitness24.co.uk

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