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In pictures: Your Great Storm photos

Shanklin Pier on the Isle of Wight, destroyed by the Great Storm (Image: Dave Everett)

"I was tired after having worked the night shift [at] the Isle of Wight power station," writes Dave Everett. "Next morning, though, I took a few of the remains of Shanklin Pier."

Tree uprooted in the grounds of Holy Cross Church, Uckfield (Image sent in by Neil)

This photo, sent in by Neil, shows an uprooted tree in the grounds of Holy Cross Church, Uckfield. "I was nine at the time. I remember climbing over at least 10 trees."

Roof ripped off Holy Cross School, Uckfield (Photo sent in by Neil)

Holy Cross School, Uckfield, was badly damaged by the Great Storm. Daylight revealed that the hurricane-force winds had ripped its roof off. (Photo sent in by Neil).

Villagers clearing trees in Holmbury St Mary, Surrey (Photo: Maurice Shevlin)

Trees blown over by the storm during the night blocked the roads into Holmbury St Mary, Surrey. (Photo: Maurice Shevlin)

Villagers clearing trees in Holmbury St Mary, Surrey (Photo: Maurice Shevlin)

"The whole village worked together to clear the roads," says Maurice Shelvin, who took this photo, "although access could still be quite a daunting experience!"



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