Touch of white magic

Macclesfield Express - - SCHOOLS NEWS - KAREN BRIT­TON

KEEN pho­tog­ra­phers made the most of pretty win­try scenes last week when a flurry of snow set­tled across Mac­cles­field.

A white blan­ket cov­ered hills and streets and Ex­press read­ers wasted no time grab­bing cam­eras to cap­ture the snowy scenes and post them on­line.

Rangers from Tegg’s Nose Coun­try Park posted pic­tures from the snowy hill­top and Mar­ley Bis­sett took a pic­ture in Lan­g­ley from Cock Hall Lane look- ing to­wards Mac­cles­field For­est.

Also among the keen snap­pers who braved the cold to get some beau­ti­ful shots was Mark Beresford, who cap­tured foot­steps in the snow at Parkroyal School, Jac­que­line Latham, who snapped a shot from her home look­ing across the hills to Bux­ton, and Louise An­der­son, who took a pic­ture of a tree in South Park.

Louise, of Maple Av­enue, said: “I took it on the school run, just shows what you can see when you leave the car at home for a change.

“Mac­cles­field is a great place for tak­ing pic­tures in the snow be­cause there is ev­ery­thing from rooftops and streets to trees and wide open coun­try­side all a stone’s throw from your door.”

●● Lee Calver from Wilm­slow took th­ese pics (above and top left) of snow on Tegg’s Nose and the Cat and Fid­dle

●● Mar­ley Bis­sett’s pic­ture from Cock Hall Lane, Lan­g­ley, look­ing to­wards Mac­cles­field For­est

●● Mark Beresford cap­tured foot­steps in the snow at Parkroyal School

●● Joy Swindells took this early morn­ing shot

●● Louise An­der­son was in South Park

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