The Snow Must Go On: More pics of St Albans in the snow

ducks lake snow St Albans

The ducks at Albans Lakes seemed undeterred by Sunday's snowfall - Credit: Nicolette Hatch

The snow vanished as quickly as it fell, but that didn't stop Herts Ad readers from continuing to share their pictures of St Albans district covered in a blanket of the white stuff.

Here's a round up of pictures that were sent in:

snow tree st albans

Keen photographer Matt is hoping to take a picture of this tree on Verulam Golf Course in each season - Credit: Matt Angove

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The snow at Albans Lakes - Credit: Nicolette Hatch

St Albans traffic lights in the snow

St Albans traffic lights in the snow - Credit: Cristian Ioja

And it wasn't just humans who went out in force to enjoy the snow...

ducks lake snow St Albans

The ducks at Albans Lakes seemed undeterred by Sunday's snowfall - Credit: Nicolette Hatch

Reindeer enjoying the snow at Willows Activity Farm

Reindeer enjoying the snow at Willows Activity Farm - Credit: Nicolette Hatch

Yet again, our beautiful cathedral was captured in the snow.

St Albans Cathedral in snow

A snowy St Albans Cathedral looks over the city - Credit: Matt Angove

St Albans Cathedral in the snow

St Albans Cathedral in the snow - Credit: Cristian Ioja

St Albans Cathedral in the snow

St Albans Cathedral in the snow - Credit: Cristian Ioja

The city centre looked like something out of a postcard...

St Albans city centre snow

St Albans city centre was a ghost town - Credit: Cristian Ioja

WH Smith in snow St Albans

WH Smith in St Albans city centre - Credit: Cristian Ioja


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...and residents across the district got creative with their snowman (and cat!) designs!

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Sally's snowcat and pipe-smoking snowman - Credit: Stephen Moss

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Four-year-old Jaffia's The Snowman bears an uncanny resemblance to the original animation..! - Credit: Ravinder T


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