A facebook page set up by local residents from in and around Galloway has been praised for providing an extremely helpful service throughout the snow storm.
The page has attracted almost 2,000 'likes' and has enabled locals to share information on the latest weather situation where they are.
A poem titled 'The Big Sna' has been written to sum up the community spirit shown in the area.
We have shown a few verses below, but visit the 'Galloway Sno Aid Helping Page' on facebook for the full version.
"WE NEVER SEEN IT COMING, ACH IT WILL JIST MELT, TIME AND TIME AGAIN, WE WERE ALL TELT
""WELL IT STARTED DROPPIN, DIDNAE KEN WHUN TAE STOP, HEAVEN MUST BE EMPTY, COS AM SURE WE GOT THE LOT
"POWER OOT! HEATIN AFF, WHIT WE GAN TAE DAE, HUDDLE CLOSE THE GETHER,CLOSE OOR EYES AN PRAY
"OOT CAME THE COUNCIL, SHOVELS SALT N GRIT, BUT THE BIGGEST POWER OF ALL, A COMMUNITY STARTED TO KNIT"
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