Thirty-four students from Wolverhampton who were stranded on a Scottish island for more than three days because of the extreme weather returned home last night.
Sixth formers at the St Edmund's Catholic School and St Peter's Collegiate Schools were on a Geography trip on the Isle of Arran when the snow struck on Friday (March 22).
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Showers gradually fading away this evening, leaving a largely dry, clear and chilly night, with some patchy fog and frost forming.
A dry, bright and sunny start to the Bank Holiday weekend for most.