In pictures: Snowy scenes across the East

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image copyrightSt Albans Cathedral
image captionSt Albans Cathedral said "hello" to snow on Sunday morning

Parts of the East of England have been blanketed in snow, as a yellow Met Office weather warning remains in place until midnight.

Northamptonshire Police said the snow had caused "worsening road conditions".

The Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire armed policing unit said it had attended three incidents "in quick succession, due to adverse weather conditions".

However, most people managed to stay safe and enjoy the snow. Here is a selection of images from across the region.

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image captionIn Cambridgeshire, walkers made sure they were wrapped up in Great Paxton
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image captionChildren in Northampton took the chance to go tobogganing
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image captionAn alpaca and sheep in Ramsey St Marys, in Cambridgeshire, seemed confused by the snowy ground
image captionDo you want to build a very large snowman in Dunstable?
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image captionHoughton House in Ampthill, Bedfordshire, looked rather ghostly
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image captionBBC Weather Watcher Sunnyoutlook caught a picture perfect snow scene at The Pavilion in Bedford Park
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image captionThe concrete cows in Milton Keynes had a dusting of the white stuff
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image captionEven the sheep in Bledlow, Buckinghamshire, enjoyed the wintery conditions

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