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Your pictures: A week in the snow

Ten inches of snow in Croydon. Photo: Daniel Bougourd.

All week you have been sending us your pictures of the snow where you are. On Monday morning Daniel Bougourd measured ten inches of snow in his back garden in Croydon. Photo: Daniel Bougourd.

Snow in Hull. Photo: Rob Deyes

Customers wait outside a snowy Hull Post Office on Monday morning. Photo: Rob Deyes.

Snowman and pet. Photo: Mandy Noak

Hundreds of schools around the country have been closed this week. On Tuesday, with school closed, Holly and Josh Noak from Hampshire spent the day building this snowman and his pet. Photo: Mandy Noak.

Goring-on-Thames. Photo: Nogel Fountain

Thursday morning saw a blanket of snow cover Goring-on-Thames. Nigel Fountain woke up to this view from his bedroom window.

Edlesborough. Photo: Mike Woodward

This was the main road between Leighton Buzzard and Hemel Hempstead on Thursday. Many residents opted for alternative forms of transport. Photo: Mike Woodward.

Snow family and friends. Photo: Veronica Dumitrescu

Local residents helped Veronica, Chris and Sam create this snow family in Little Stukley near Huntingdon. Sadly by Thursday evening the whole family had started to melt. Photo: Veronica Dumitrescu.

Thomas the cat stares at a snowy backgarden. Photo: Sarah Travers-Clarke

Thomas the cat wonders when he will get to go outside again. Thomas and his owner Sarah have been stuck indoors in Malmesbury in Wiltshire for two days. Photo: Sarah Travers-Clarke.

Sunbathing snowman. Photo: Gill Platt

Six inches of snow provided the perfect setting for a spot of sunbathing for this snowman in Wooton, Northamptonshire. Photo: Gill Platt.

Brackley in Northamptonshire. Photo: Tony Hathaway

On Friday the bad weather continued with many drivers finding roads closed or blocked. Photo: Tony Hathaway. Send your pictures to For terms and conditions see right hand side.

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