Beautiful snowy scenes all across Harlow
Lifestyle / Mon 12th Dec 2022 at 02:03pm
THE SNOW seems to have caught us all by surprise when it came down on Sunday evening.
The schools have nearly all closed (Yes we know Vic!) and getting out of the side roads has been somewhat challenging.
The emergency services have ploughed on as well as council services (sort of).
But we thought we would take this chance to give you a round up of the snow pics sent to us from around the town.
Happy to add more photos. Just tell us the location please.
Telly Tubby Hill
It is almost as if Telly Tubby Hill in Newhall; was made for scenes such as these.
Tye Green Village
Sometimes it takes you a little while to recognise somewhere. Tye Green looks even more beautiful.
Little Grove Field
Thank you to Daniel and family for their photograph.
There is something hauntingly beautiful about this scene near St Mary Magdalene Church in Potter Street.
Three of our readers celebrated the snow falling with great style and panache.
The family that plays in the snow together.
One of the great things about the photos is the simple joy and fun that everyone is having.
Near Cooks Spinney
Lois and her children went for a long walk from the Town Park and across to Cooks Spinney woods.
You cannot get enough snowman pics and here we are over at Fir Park with a very fine snowman.
Another hauntingly beautiful photograph taken in Church Langley by the woods.
Or an aerial view of Church Langley full of neon and snow
Harlow Railway Station
Thank you to Angie for these special photographs near Harlow Railway Station.
The cycle track that takes you up to Miller and Carter.
Thank you to Nishall from #BigUpHarlow for this snowy pic from Waterhouse Moor
The Water Gardens
The car park looking eerily quiet. We are sure they will make up for it and it will be packed once more for Christmas. Thanks to Jake Shepherd.
The eerie view from potter st, emenates from the closed, haunted White Horse..😱
Good stuff YH
Telly tubby hill, lol what a great nickname for a beautiful man made hill perfect for fun.🏂☃️
I've lived in Harlow for 27 years and never seen so much snow. Previously I lived just outside greater London but also in Essex and we often had thick snow some years, so just another proof that climate change is genuine! Yes it was good to see the pictures - thanks.
2-3 years ago we had similar amount of snow fall on 2 occasions that winter, how on earth is climate change responsible for this snow, you get mild winters they blame climate change you get cold winters they blame climate change, you can't have it both ways, this is normal winter weather