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Current school closures in Suffolk and Essex for Thursday, March 1

PUBLISHED: 22:11 28 February 2018 | UPDATED: 23:39 28 February 2018

A cyclist braves the cold weather and leaves a track in the snow in Holywells Park. Picture: EMILY TOWNSEND

A cyclist braves the cold weather and leaves a track in the snow in Holywells Park. Picture: EMILY TOWNSEND

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A number of schools across Suffolk and Essex have already announced closures or changes in opening times for tomorrow following a day of heavy snow showers in the region. See the latest updates here.

More than 100 schools in Suffolk and Essex have already made the decision to remain closed tomorrow (Thursday, March 1) after up to eight inches of snow fell in parts of the region.

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See here for updates of Suffolk school closures

See here for updates of Essex school closures

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