Snow and ice affect rail and roads in Surrey

The A217 near Tadworth Police said road conditions in Surrey were treacherous with some roads closed

Snow and ice have been causing problems for motorists and rail passengers in Surrey after Saturday's heavy snowfall.

The Met Office issued a severe ice warning for the South East earlier, prompting the Highways Agency to advise drivers not to travel unless necessary.

South West Trains said it was running Sunday rail services, but trains were suspended between London Waterloo and Chessington South, and also Teddington.

Southern said it was running longer trains than normal for extra capacity.

Meanwhile, an appeal for owners of 4x4 vehicles to come forward was earlier made by the East Surrey Hospital, as health bosses sought to ensure staff could get into work to help treat patients.

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