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Gallery: The snow is falling in Suffolk and Essex

17:57 15 January 2013

Halesworth snow by Matt Casburn

Halesworth snow by Matt Casburn


INSPIRED by the glistening white scenes outside their front doors, our iwitnesses have been stirred into action. This afternoon our on-the-scene reporters have been sending in photos of the snowfall from the four corners of Suffolk.


The village sign in Thurlow is covered and in Halesworth there has been plenty of fresh snowfall.

There are huge flakes in Cransford and a light covering in Badingham.

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