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Gallery: The snow is falling in Suffolk and Essex

17:57 15 January 2013

Halesworth snow by Matt Casburn

Halesworth snow by Matt Casburn

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INSPIRED by the glistening white scenes outside their front doors, our iwitnesses have been stirred into action. This afternoon our on-the-scene reporters have been sending in photos of the snowfall from the four corners of Suffolk.

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The village sign in Thurlow is covered and in Halesworth there has been plenty of fresh snowfall.

There are huge flakes in Cransford and a light covering in Badingham.

Is there snow where you are? Send us your photos via suffolk.iwitness24.co.uk

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