Your photos of Storm Darcy as snow arrives in the East

Storm Darcy is bringing heavy snowfall across the region

Here are a selection of stunning images of the weather in the Anglia region.

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Enjoying the snow in Dersingham Credit: Lexie and Bradley Carver

Not put-off by the heavy snowfall, horse logger Jonathan Booty uses his eight-year-old shire horse, Frank, to clear timber from a woodland on the edge of Rutland near Hollywell.

Compared to heavy vehicles and machines the pair leave almost no trace of their sustainable work despite the slippery and wet conditions.

  • Pictures from F Stop Press

Frank's think coat protects him from the cold.

Frank’s thick coat protects him from the cold, and he works outside all year round. Credit: F Stop Press
A snowy riverbank at Ely in Cambridgeshire Credit: Rhys Llewelyn Williams
Snow sweeping in Reepham Credit: Graham Lewis
Snow covered town of Reepham Credit: Graham Lewis
The beach at Great Yarmouth covered in snow Credit: Simon's Weather Photography
Snow covered trees at Boxted in Essex Credit: Jacqui Lawrence
Anne Baxter's granddaughter Celena Ellis from Lowestoft with the snowman she made from a dusting of snow Credit: Anne Baxter
A cottage in Burgh, Suffolk Credit: Victor the Vole
A dusting of snow at Ely Cathedral in Cambridgeshire Credit: Rhys Llewelyn Williams

Sutton Hoo in the snow Credit: Andrew Capell
Ptolemy and Celeste van den Brink-Budgen with their snowman in Ipswich Credit: Adam van den Brink-Budgen
East Suffolk Coast 7th February 2021 Credit: @Bee_Willis1 on Twitter
Burgh Suffolk 7th February 2021 Credit: @VictortheVole on Twitter
Brightlingsea, Essex 7th February 2021 Credit: @JamesRolph on Twitter
Bedfield 7th February 2021 Credit: Val Rozier

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