Snowy scenes in Redbridge

PUBLISHED: 14:24 10 December 2017 | UPDATED: 13:32 12 December 2017

Django enjoying the snow in Wanstead Park. Picture: Robert L Johnson

Django enjoying the snow in Wanstead Park. Picture: Robert L Johnson


With snow falling across Redbridge for most of Sunday, December 10, families were out playing in the parks and photographers were busy capturing the snowy scenes for posterity.

We asked you to send in your pictures and lots of you took the chance to share your artistic efforts.

Ron Jeffries and the Rev Kate Lovesey took Christmassy pictures of St Peter’s Church, Aldborough Hatch, with Ron saying: “The last significant snowfall in the area was in 2010 - seven years ago.”

Robert Johnson took pictures of his dog Django enjoying the snow on Wanstead Flats while Geoffrey Peters and Angela Simiyu made a snow mermaid in Seven kings Park.

Dharam Sahdev shared a picture of the snow settling on his garden in Gants Hill.

Thanks to all for send in your pictures.

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