Snow: Your pictures - gallery

Neigh - it's a bit cold out there! This picture of a snow horse was sent in by Courier reader Dan Buckle.
Neigh - it's a bit cold out there! This picture of a snow horse was sent in by Courier reader Dan Buckle.
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It may be snow joke out there - but while many of the schools are shut it’s the perfect chance to get building - a snow horse!?

This great picture was sent in by Courier reader Dan Buckle.

“Thought I’d send in this snow-themed photo. It’s of a full size snow-horse that I just spent my Sunday building, which I thought you might find interesting,” he said.

Thanks for thinking of us Dan - and keep those weather photos coming in.

And more of you have been sending in your pictures. You can see them in this picture gallery. If you’re viewing on our tablet app, click the camera icon above to open the gallery.

Pictures in the gallery include:

Baloo the dog enjoys the snow in Elland. Taken by Courier reader Andrea Baxter.

Two shots of snow in Northowram by Courier reader James Holdsworth.

High Street in Stainland, taken by reader Jonathan Inman.

Sledgers in Shibden Park by @emmasbookcorner

Four pictures of snow in Queensbury by Courier reader Chris Morris

Snow in Pye Nest by @Vixen85Webster

Snow in Wheatley by @Fazzy87

Snow in Queensbury by @robbiekenny1

Snow is Sowerby Bridge by @jgaukroger22

Pictures by @stevegracey1 and @VGabbitas

Overgate Hospice gardens by @EmmaT83

St Michael’s Church in Mytholmroyd by @Hanners_

Snow at Warley by Courier reader Darren Murphy

Snow at Triangle by Courier readers Ellie and Keith

Snow at Heptonstall taken by Courier reader Jonathan Betts

Snow in Queensbury by Courier reader Mark Tomlinson

Delivering the milk in Midgehole, Hebden Bridge, by Courier reader David Martin

A feathered friend, taken by Courier reader Mark Bromyard

If you see something, snap it and send it to us. Email your pictures with all the details to newsdesk@halifaxcourier,co.uk or Tweet them @HxCourier

We will add them to the gallery and there’ll be a selection of the best ones in Friday’s Courier too.