YOUR PICTURES- Coventry Observer readers send in their snaps of the snow - The Coventry Observer

YOUR PICTURES- Coventry Observer readers send in their snaps of the snow

Coventry Editorial 9th Mar, 2023 Updated: 9th Mar, 2023   0

SNOW arrived across Coventry today, bringing joy for some and issues for others.

After initially starting slowly on Wednesday, it then became heavier throughout the afternoon and began to settle.

National Highways issued a severe weather warning and urged people to only travel if it was absolutely necessary.

Drivers struggled to get home during the Wednesday evening rush hour with cars skidding and roads becoming blocked.

By this morning it was several inches deep, posing more travel issues.

Places looked picturesque and pet owners were quick to see what their furry friends thought of the snow.

Several schools shut or closed early, providing rare opportunities for children to go out and build snowmen or go sledging.

We asked for your pictures and you did not disappoint- email [email protected] if you want yours to be added.

Miley in the snow in Potters Green. Picture by Hayley Parsons.


Memorial Park. Picture by Sarah Reid.


Bablake school. Picture by Kiley Brown.


Coventry Sphinx football club. Picture by Martin Sutton.


The Penny Farthing. Picture by Nicola Baker.


Allesley Village. Picture by Joanne Kent-Smith.


Picture by Alexandra Belska.


Last night in CV4. Picture by Tony Meaton.


The Rainbow Inn, Allesley Village. Picture by Joanne Kent-Smith.


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