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By Chris Willmott Monday 14 January 2013 Updated: 18/01 11:09
THE BOROUGH was transformed into a winter wonderland this week as the season's long-awaited first snow fell from the skies.
A blanket of the white stuff carpeted parks and gardens overnight on Sunday, but fears of hazardous driving conditions were not forthcoming and Monday morning rush-hour went off without a hitch.
Experts predicted a week of cold and icy conditions with snow possibly returning late tomorrow (Friday).
Observer photographer Neville Collins captured these images.
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