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Snow in Tower Hamlets: Readers share their pictures

PUBLISHED: 11:09 28 February 2018

A woman jogging in the snow in Canary Wharf Picture: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

A woman jogging in the snow in Canary Wharf Picture: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

As the beast from the east made its presence felt at last, Advertiser readers have been sending in their snowy snapshots.

Sun and snow in Middlesex Street, Aldgate, thanks to @bocaempanadas Sun and snow in Middlesex Street, Aldgate, thanks to @bocaempanadas

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 Advertiser readers? If so email them to sophie.morton@archant.co.uk

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