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Stunning photographs capture snowy scenes in Suffolk and north Essex

PUBLISHED: 10:29 27 February 2018 | UPDATED: 11:32 27 February 2018

Snowy rooftops in Woodbridge. Picture: DAWN FORSDIKE

Snowy rooftops in Woodbridge. Picture: DAWN FORSDIKE

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These striking images have been captured as heavy snow fell in Suffolk and north Essex overnight – and more photographs are coming in thick and fast.

Crab apples in the snow in Woodbridge. Picture: DAWN FORSDIKECrab apples in the snow in Woodbridge. Picture: DAWN FORSDIKE

Dawn Forsdike from Woodbridge took this amazing shot of snowy rooftops in the town, alongside another picture of some snow dusted crab apples.

Katie Brinkley sent in an image of Nacton Road covered with a thin blanket of the white stuff close to Holywells Park, while our digital and lifestyle editor Lauren Everitt captured these two stunning snaps of deep snow in Shotley Gate.

Nacton Road, near Holywells Park. Picture: KATIE BRINKLEYNacton Road, near Holywells Park. Picture: KATIE BRINKLEY

Our West Suffolk reporter Michael Steward also captured snow flurries swirling in Bury St Edmunds.

iWitness member Cherie Mccurry sent us a picture of her dog – who she said had been dashing through the snow.

Snow in Bury St Edmunds. Picture: MICHAEL STEWARDSnow in Bury St Edmunds. Picture: MICHAEL STEWARD

Chris Clover captured a calm Felixstowe seafront before the morning light.

Meanwhile, youngster Millie made the most of the snow in the seaside town by crafting herself a snowman.

People in Bury St Edmunds woke up to more snowfall. Picture: MICHAEL STEWARDPeople in Bury St Edmunds woke up to more snowfall. Picture: MICHAEL STEWARD

We are on the look out for more snowy snaps – send yours and where it was taken to suffolkpicturedesk@archant.co.uk

Children hit the slope next to West Suffolk College in Bury St Edmunds before school. Picture: MICHAEL STEWARDChildren hit the slope next to West Suffolk College in Bury St Edmunds before school. Picture: MICHAEL STEWARD

A winter wonderland in Shotley Gate. Picture: LAUREN EVERITTA winter wonderland in Shotley Gate. Picture: LAUREN EVERITT

Several inches of snow have settled in Shotley Gate. Picture: LAUREN EVERITTSeveral inches of snow have settled in Shotley Gate. Picture: LAUREN EVERITT

Belle Vue Road in Ipswich has been closed because of the snow. Picture: ASHLEY PICKERINGBelle Vue Road in Ipswich has been closed because of the snow. Picture: ASHLEY PICKERING

Snow covered Rushmere Heath, Ipswich. Picture: CAROLINE STEWARTSnow covered Rushmere Heath, Ipswich. Picture: CAROLINE STEWART

Dashing through the snow. Picture: CHERIE MCCURRYDashing through the snow. Picture: CHERIE MCCURRY

Felixstowe Seafront in the snow. Picture: CHRIS CLOVERFelixstowe Seafront in the snow. Picture: CHRIS CLOVER

Market Hill in Framlingham. Picture: GUY DOWNESMarket Hill in Framlingham. Picture: GUY DOWNES

Millie makes a snowman on Felixstowe beach. Picture: JOSIE WHITEMillie makes a snowman on Felixstowe beach. Picture: JOSIE WHITE

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