PICTURES: Snow falls in Honiton and around the Axe Valley for the second time this month

PUBLISHED: 10:25 19 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:20 22 March 2018

Axminster in the snow. Picture: JAMES BROWN PHOTOGRAPHY

Axminster in the snow. Picture: JAMES BROWN PHOTOGRAPHY

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Take a look at our gallery of readers’ pictures from the latest snowfall this month.

Share yours with us at www.iwitness24.co.uk.

Axminster in the snow. Picture: JAMES BROWN PHOTOGRAPHYAxminster in the snow. Picture: JAMES BROWN PHOTOGRAPHY

Once again snow has covered the region turning the landscape brilliant white over the weekend.

Check out our gallery of photos submitted to the Herald by our readers.

Share yours with us by uploading them to our image-sharing website www.iwitness24.co.uk.

Axminster in the snow. Picture: JAMES BROWN PHOTOGRAPHYAxminster in the snow. Picture: JAMES BROWN PHOTOGRAPHY

Axminster in the snow. Picture: JAMES BROWN PHOTOGRAPHYAxminster in the snow. Picture: JAMES BROWN PHOTOGRAPHY

Seaton beach front in the snow. Ref mhh 12 18TI 9717. Picture: Terry IfeSeaton beach front in the snow. Ref mhh 12 18TI 9717. Picture: Terry Ife

Seaton Esplanade in the snow. Ref mhh 12 18TI 9729. Picture: Terry IfeSeaton Esplanade in the snow. Ref mhh 12 18TI 9729. Picture: Terry Ife

Axmouth Harbour in the snow. Ref mhh 12 18TI 9719. Picture: Terry IfeAxmouth Harbour in the snow. Ref mhh 12 18TI 9719. Picture: Terry Ife

Axmouth Harbour bridge in the snow. Ref mhh 12 18TI 9717. Picture: Terry IfeAxmouth Harbour bridge in the snow. Ref mhh 12 18TI 9717. Picture: Terry Ife

Wonderful shapes formed by the snow in my back garden. Picture: Margaret TawseWonderful shapes formed by the snow in my back garden. Picture: Margaret Tawse

The snow didn't stop Oscar, 2 getting to his nursery, Pink Hippo in Seaton today... Picture: Emily WheatleyThe snow didn't stop Oscar, 2 getting to his nursery, Pink Hippo in Seaton today... Picture: Emily Wheatley

My snowy back garden in Axminster. Picture: Chris CarsonMy snowy back garden in Axminster. Picture: Chris Carson

Honiton by the river. Picture: Kirsty ParkerHoniton by the river. Picture: Kirsty Parker

On the hill leading to Honiton High Sreet. Picture: Tracey HaileyOn the hill leading to Honiton High Sreet. Picture: Tracey Hailey

Uplyme War Memorial in the snow. Picture: Clive GriffinUplyme War Memorial in the snow. Picture: Clive Griffin

My little Skip with a snowman in Honiton. Picture: Annmarie ManleyMy little Skip with a snowman in Honiton. Picture: Annmarie Manley

Axminster in the snow. Picture: BRIAN JOHNSAxminster in the snow. Picture: BRIAN JOHNS

Axminster in the snow. Picture: BRIAN JOHNSAxminster in the snow. Picture: BRIAN JOHNS

Axminster in the snow. Picture: BRIAN JOHNSAxminster in the snow. Picture: BRIAN JOHNS

Axminster in the snow. Picture: BRIAN JOHNSAxminster in the snow. Picture: BRIAN JOHNS

Everything is all white in Chard. Picture: Alex Walton PhotographyEverything is all white in Chard. Picture: Alex Walton Photography

Walking the dog in the snow at Hayne Lane, Honiton. Picture: Rob WaldronWalking the dog in the snow at Hayne Lane, Honiton. Picture: Rob Waldron

Walking the dog in the snow at Hayne Lane, Honiton. Picture: Rob WaldronWalking the dog in the snow at Hayne Lane, Honiton. Picture: Rob Waldron

Walking the dog in the snow at Hayne Lane, Honiton. Picture: Rob WaldronWalking the dog in the snow at Hayne Lane, Honiton. Picture: Rob Waldron

I was awaiting the delayed 13:16 train back to Exeter St. Davids, whilst the snow was still on the station platform. Picture: Luke EveleighI was awaiting the delayed 13:16 train back to Exeter St. Davids, whilst the snow was still on the station platform. Picture: Luke Eveleigh

I travelled to Honiton Railway Station, on Monday 19th March 2018 after the snow. Picture: Luke EveleighI travelled to Honiton Railway Station, on Monday 19th March 2018 after the snow. Picture: Luke Eveleigh


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