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PUBLISHED: 10:00 01 March 2018 | UPDATED: 16:13 01 March 2018

Eight-year-old Lexi is treated to a free sledge ride by Poppy at a snowy Rushmere Heath. Picture: KELLY AMBORSE

Eight-year-old Lexi is treated to a free sledge ride by Poppy at a snowy Rushmere Heath. Picture: KELLY AMBORSE

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If you are able to enjoy safely the snow again in Suffolk and Essex today, then please send us your scenic photos which we will endeavour to include in this photo gallery.

The Beast from the East has caused another day of severe disruption in the region.

More than 550 schools in Suffolk and Essex have closed today as extreme Siberian weather causes another day of sub-zero temperatures, icy blasts, strong winds, and more snow.

Police have warned against non-urgent travel and snowdrifts are blocking main and rural roads.

More snow is also predicted.

But it has also created more opportunities to capture some exquisite scenes across the region. Please email your photos here.

See yesterday’s photo gallery here.

Bury St Edmunds is covered in a blanket of snow. Picture: GREGG BROWN Bury St Edmunds is covered in a blanket of snow. Picture: GREGG BROWN

Friends enjoy a snow day at the park near Queens Way in Ipswich. Picture: HAYLEY E JAY Friends enjoy a snow day at the park near Queens Way in Ipswich. Picture: HAYLEY E JAY

Hay fever sufferers have been warned that pollen levels are very high across much of the UK and are expected to remain so into next week.

A major review of how Suffolk’s roads are maintained was launched yesterday with the county’s new highways chief claiming that there are “improvements that can and must be made”.

A murder investigation has been launched after a man was fatally stabbed in Chelmsford.

Proposals to award Mid Suffolk councillors an allowance rise upwards of 25% have been given the green light – just days after Babergh decided the same.

Dozens of people are expected to attend a public meeting in Ipswich tonight in the wake of a recent stabbing tragedy.

Actions taken to curb violence and drug culture in an Ipswich estate will be driven by the voices of community members, leaders have vowed.

An Ipswich headmaster has spoken about the importance of restricting pupils’ mobile phone usage during school hours in light of comments made by a Suffolk MP.

White knuckle driving rallies, horse and carriage rides and a brain teasing quiz were among the special activities enjoyed across Ipswich for Suffolk Day.

A Suffolk campaign to close a loophole allowing second home owners to avoid paying tax on their property has won support in the House of Lords.

Police chiefs have been quizzed on the “high levels of casualties” in Ipswich’s “dangerous” Norwich Road.

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