I'm determined to take advantage of this snow blip-wise as it could be the last we see this winter and it's threatening to go in the next day or so. This is the bench in the back garden looking pretty in the snow. The weight of snow has taken the pot over cascading the plant towards the ground and the remains of the hydrangea are edged in crystals.
I didn't get out until later today when I met Ann out of the Blue Cross and we had a coffee in Nero. Most of the ice is now clear in the town, though some of the side roads, including ours, need careful driving. The worse spot in Stratford appears to be Morrison's car park.