HELLO MONDAY! I don’t think I’ve ever been so happy to see Monday, a lovely snow-less Monday. All back to normal.
The Beast from the East well and truly hit Stamford and Rutland last week and caused mayhem! But all worked together to try and keep the areas moving, whether that was just giving us a call to say a road was blocked or bad, or you helped dig someone's car out of the snow, you're all snow heroes!
Also thank you for all your fabulous photos, now it’s all over, we can look back and appreciate the beauty of it all..
Cutts Close, Oakham South Luffenham, Amy Eldridge Stamford, Alan Flanders Essendine, Colette Williams Moore
Tickencote Oakham Enterprise Park, Rutland Cake Company Morcott Rd, Claire Barrett
Obthorpe, Julia Lamb Uppingham Stamford Barrowden, Jemma Jones
Rutland Radio HQ Rutland Water North Luffenham, Jamie Shuttleworth Wing, Siobhan Reilly
I’m surprised you couldn’t hear a massive cheer in the air as many of the schools were closed, meaning time to build a snowman!
Tee Goodbody's snowman I don't think Bruno likes the snow that much! Roger the Rutland Radio snowman
Freddie and Evie Marsh from Bisbrooke made an igloo big enough to lie down in!
Morag Tyler and family in their igloo The igloo at night Erin loving the snow!
Snow dog enjoying the snow Bertie the RAF bear Annabella Iden and her snow women Jennifer hehe
We saw massive snowdrifts!
The biggest snow drifts I've ever seen! Ayston Samantha Hathaway
The wonders of ice....
Richard Hulme Alistair Pike, Ketton Jason Brown Jacob Kennedy, Stamford
Icicle Tree in Uppingham, Caroline Lawson-Dick Stamford Vets Gem Stent Chris Gold
Hannah Gold, Stamford Emma Clithero
And of course, our snow heroes!
Tom Lamb saved our Rob Persani after he got stuck Thank you to Melanie, Nick and Darren from Bluebird Care Tractor ploughs at the ready!
on his way to the studio on Friday morning
Tom Lamb and Colin Furze out to help A couple of stalls at Oakham Market carrying on Helping to move snow!
We may be small, but we're small and mighty!