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  1. Police issue warning over fake driveway clearers

    The snow has brought out some of the best in people over the past few days, but Bedfordshire Police has issued a warning for residents over fake driveway clearers.

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  2. I climbed a snowy mountain...

    ...or perhaps a snowdrift hill at the side of the road?

    Megan Long

    Intrepid Megan Long making the best of the weather at Runhall, near Dereham.

  3. Dedicated Ipswich radiographer walks home in heavy snow

    A hospital radiographer who had stayed beyond her 12-hour night shift to ensure there were enough beds for patients walked home in heavy snow.

    Laura Witham walking over the foot bridge near Ranelagh Road

    Laura Witham, 25, who works at Ipswich Hospital, took the three-and-a-half-mile (5.6km) journey home to Ranelagh Road by foot after public transport came to a halt, there were no taxi services and the hospital community 4x4 service was already out.

    She said she "never expected the weather to come to that" when she went to work on Tuesday and had no gloves and no hat for her two-and-a-half hour walk in "challenging conditions" on Wednesday morning.

    "It wasn't the best walk of my life but I was looking at sorting reserve beds for patients and I didn't want to make any compromises," she said.

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  4. Get a sledge, get ahead

    It's snowing.

    There is no school.

    There really is only one option...

    Children playing in snow

    Go out and get sledging, like these youngsters in Bedford.

    Children on a sledge
  5. True Grit

    Over the past 24 hours, gritters runs in the Bedford area have covered 480km (298 miles).

    They have been out on runs at 15:00, 20:00, 04:30 and a few more in between, says Bedford Borough Council.

    Gritting lorry
  6. Complete Thameslink journeys by 15:00

    Thameslink is advising anyone using its train service today to do so by 15:00.

    It says it is currently running a "good service" but adds the "weather is expected to deteriorate this afternoon and we may be prevented from running services on some routes".

    Workers on a railway line
  7. Northampton Saints doing their best to beat the snow

    The snow has already claimed a number of scheduled sporting events, but there's still hope of a game for Northampton Saints.

    Staff have being working to remove the white stuff from covers at Franklin's Gardens ahead of tomorrow's planned Aviva Premiership match with Sale Sharks (15:00).

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    Meanwhile, Northampton Town's League One trip to Blackpool is already off, with non-league football badly affected too.

  8. Abbey Stadium passes first pitch inspection

    Cambridge United's pitch at the Abbey Stadium has passed an initial inspection, ahead of the game against Luton Town tomorrow.

    A further inspection will now take place at 09:30 tomorrow, to see if the game can go ahead.

    Cambridge United football ground
  9. Chocolate snow?

    An unusual sight in Honing, Norfolk, today, where soil has mixed with the snow to turn it brown.

    Soil covered snow in Honing, Norfolk

    Caroline Willington, who sent the photos, said: "The strong winds have blown the soil off fields to colour the snow - drifts of up to 5ft in place of the roadside.

    "Although the road looks muddy, it is snow, and very slippery!"

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    Soil covered snow in Honing, Norfolk
  10. Help for rough sleepers in Bedfordshire

    Overnight shelter is being provided in Luton to help rough sleepers.

    Central Bedfordshire Council is working with the charity, Noah Enterprise, and will be at the Welfare Centre in Luton from 20:00 until 22:00.

    They will then move to the Luton Baptist Church until 07:00 tomorrow.

    Night Owl Bus

    The Night Owl Bus is also running from 21:00 and will pick up in Biggleswade, Sandy, Arlesey, Shefford, Ampthill and Flitwick.

    If you are aware of any rough sleepers, you are asked to get in touch with the council.

  11. Isn't it meant to be spring?

    Yesterday was the meteorological first day of spring, but someone seems to have forgotten to tell the weather.

    These crocuses photographed by BBC Weather Watcher Poppy in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, are struggling to bloom through the snow.

    Crocus in snow

    And the same is happening in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire.

    blooms in snow
  12. Ipswich Town match postponed: View from the ground

    BBC Radio Suffolk commentator Brenner Woolley will have the afternoon off work tomorrow, after Ipswich Town postponed their match with Hull.

    He's been to Portman Road this morning to see the state of the pitch, which has been protected, and the surrounding area.

    Portman Road in the snow
    Portman Road in the snow
    Portman Road in the snow
    Portman Road in the snow
    Portman Road in the snow
  13. Dino-snow rises up from the cold

    Finally... a real beast from the east?!

    Snow dinosaur

    Hats off to the Tink family, from Tuckswood in Norwich.

    The masterpiece took them just three hours to make!

  14. Pitch inspection ahead of Barnsley v Norwich match

    Nic Rigby

    BBC News

    Barnsley Football Club are to check on the condition of their pitch ahead of tomorrow's match with Norwich City.

    The Barnsley ground this morning

    The club said the inspection would look to "see if the grass is in playable condition".

    "The pitch is one of the factors that will determine whether the game can go ahead or not," a spokesman said.

    "Barnsley Football Club will keep fans updated with all information as soon as it becomes available to ensure everyone can plan their weekend travel at the earliest opportunity."