Snow and judging 17/1/2103

Had two lovely days with friends and colleagues judging the Education Resource Awards and the Primary Language Awards to do tomorrow.

On the news everyone was talking about how bad the snow was and not to go out unless it was necessary.  Here are some photos of my journey from Docklands in London to Kingsteignton.

Big Ben and the start of the snow.

Big Ben and the start of the snow.

and then through London

Battersea

Battersea

Parliament

Parliament

Lunchtime little traffic.

Lunchtime little traffic.

One of the London Bridges

One of the London Bridges

then moving further outward

Snow falling on Lamb Brewery

Snow falling on Lamb Brewery

and then onto the motorway.

On the motorway lovely clear roads

On the motorway lovely clear roads

Trees on Motorway

Trees on Motorway

what a lovely sight.

Heavier snow around Berkshire

Heavier snow around Berkshire

bridges

bridges

Bristol

Bristol

Nearly home not much sign of snow at all.

Nearly home not much sign of snow at all.

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One Response to Snow and judging 17/1/2103

  1. Liz says:

    Thanks for liking I hope you didnt get stuck in the snow.

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