Readers’ gallery: Snow photos from across Havering

PUBLISHED: 14:39 01 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:39 01 March 2018

Recorder readers have been sending in snowy snapshots from across Havering. Photo: Kim Hurst

Recorder readers have been sending in snowy snapshots from across Havering. Photo: Kim Hurst


Recorder readers have been sending in more photos of the snowy conditions across the borough.

Storm Emma struck again last night, and readers have been getting in touch with their favourite snaps of the wintry weather, from pretty postboxes to dalmations dancing in King George’s Playing Fields.

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


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