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Over the last week, a severe spell of wintry weather has gripped the UK. Here are some of your photos

Winter is winter, and snow is nothing to be surprised about. However, in recent years we’ve become accustomed to snow largely confining itself to the hills and mountains. Perhaps that’s why snow that causes a nuisance right down to sea level can come as such a surprise these days.

The recent wintry spell in late February and early March 2018 was given the nickname ‘The Beast from the East’.

Shared with us by David Green on Facebook

A kissing gate near Stourbridge. Shared with us by David Green on Facebook

By Emma Knipe @step_outsideuk via Twitter

By our Online Editor Alex Roddie

By our Online Editor Alex Roddie

By outdoor writer John Burns. His friend Martin is standing on a snowdrift completely blocking a bothy door!

Rooftop cornice, shared with us by Adam Tatton-Reid on Facebook

After the thaw, by our Online Editor Alex Roddie