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Your pictures: A day in the snow

Snowmen Pimms

Readers across England unable to get to work have sent their pictures of a day in the snow. Cari Clark and Carlyn Klemm in Barnes served their snowman drinks in their back garden.

Photo: Morwenna Laeson

While Morwenna Lawson was out on Hampstead Heath she came across this family huddled on a bench built by a teenage girl.

Curvy snow lady in Finsbury Park

Helen, Lulu and Alice of Finsbury Park couldn't get into work so they decided to build a curvy snow lady instead.

Photo: Vicky

Vicky, Wilmington Kent: "We all built the igloo in the garden today mum, dad, Thomas Davies 10, Jemma Davies."

Sean James Cameron found sledding and snow boarding when he went to Crystal Palace in the afternoon.

Sean James Cameron found sledding and snowboarding when he went to Crystal Palace in the afternoon.

Phil Burston skiing in Brighton

Phil Burston took the opportunity to go cross-country skiing in Brighton from his front door.

Photo: Jim Lynn

Jim Lynn, Hemel Hempstead: "All the kids started building a snowman, but one by one they retreated indoors with freezing feet and fingers. My daughter Charlotte lasted longest, and we decided on a Dalek."

Photo by Osman

Osman sent this pic of Sophie and Rosie having fun on the roof top in Brighton to the BBC. Send your pictures to yourpics@bbc.co.uk. Terms and conditions on the right.



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