Photographers share pictures of Weston covered in snow for iWitness24

A fall of snow adds extra beauty to Weston beach. Picture Terry Kelly

A fall of snow adds extra beauty to Weston beach. Picture Terry Kelly - Credit: Terry Kelly

The snow may have melted away but Weston’s talented photographers managed to capture pictures of the town’s parks and beaches covered in a crisp, white blanket.

Ashcombe Park in the snow. Picture: Elise Poynton

Ashcombe Park in the snow. Picture: Elise Poynton - Credit: Elsie Poynton

Elise Poynton photographed the bandstand in Ashcombe Park in all its wintry glory.

Derek Hitchens captured a stunning image of a fiery Weston skyline defying the icey temperatures.

Terry Kelly took a gorgeous picture of the snow-capped trees in Uphill’s Donkey Field reflected in the water.

He also submitted an image of Uphill Church set against a frosty backdrop.

Weston skyline defies the wintry weather. Picture: Derek Hitchins

Weston skyline defies the wintry weather. Picture: Derek Hitchins - Credit: Derek Hitchins


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People were not the only ones enjoying Weston’s winter wonderland this weekend.

Simon James sent an image of his friend’s dog Tilly running about and playing in the snowy fields near Morrisons.

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A lovely snowy scene in Uphill. Picture: Terry Kelly

A lovely snowy scene in Uphill. Picture: Terry Kelly - Credit: Terry Kelly

Uphill Church. Picture: Terry Kelly

Uphill Church. Picture: Terry Kelly - Credit: Terry Kelly

Tilly playing in the snow near Morrisons. Picture: Simon James

Tilly playing in the snow near Morrisons. Picture: Simon James - Credit: Simon James

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