Wintry West Midlands as snow blankets the region

Large parts of the West Midlands have been covered in snow causing disruption on roads and other travel services.

Homes and roads in Sutton Coldfield were completely blanketed by the cold weather.

The Met Office has issued a warning for snow and ice in the Midlands until about Wednesday (January 27).

Elsewhere people in Droitwich in Worcestershire woke up on Sunday (January 25) morning to find spots that are usually green - had turned white.

In Tamworth the castle started to resemble another castle from a well know tv programme - as winter fell over it.

Pictures from Twitter/Tamworth Castle

The weather also caused disruption for people travelling throughout the day.

West Midlands Railway is urging people to check the for the latest bus, train and metro information.

One staff member at Four Oaks Station tried his best clear the platforms by shovelling the snow away.

On the roads a double-decker bus found its self stuck on Parsons Hill in Kings Norton, Birmingham, due to the snowy conditions.

A double-decker bus became stuck following the snow in Kings Norton in Birmingham Credit: BPM Media

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