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Snowy scenes from around Havering as captured by Recorder readers

PUBLISHED: 09:53 28 February 2018 | UPDATED: 09:53 28 February 2018

Snowy scenes from around Havering submitted by Recorder readers. Photo: Gary Lynch

Snowy scenes from around Havering submitted by Recorder readers. Photo: Gary Lynch

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As the beast from the east makes its presence felt at last this morning, Recorder readers have been sending in their snowy snapshots in droves.

From horses in Elm Park to the serene landscape of Harold Wood Park carpeted in white, there is no shortage of beautiful scenes across the borough this morning.

Have you taken some photos in this morning’s wintry conditions that you’d like to share with Recorder readers? If so email them to matthew.clemenson@archant.co.uk.

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