The delayed ‘White Christmas’ hits Fenland – did you get any pictures in the snow?

PUBLISHED: 12:37 28 December 2017 | UPDATED: 12:37 28 December 2017

The delayed white Christmas in March on December 2017. PHOTO: Harry Rutter

The delayed white Christmas in March on December 2017. PHOTO: Harry Rutter

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As the delayed white Christmas hits the Fens we’re looking for your best Christmassy pictures for a spread in our paper.

The delayed white Christmas in March on December 2017. PHOTO: Harry Rutter The delayed white Christmas in March on December 2017. PHOTO: Harry Rutter

Have you been out in the snow with your camera and bagged a picture St Nick would be proud of?

Whether they are from your mobile phone or professional DSLR, send your festive pictures to us for a special spread filled with your winter moments.

You can send your pictures via email to: harry.rutter@archant.co.uk or via Twitter to @CambsTimes using the hashtag #CambsWinterMoments

The delayed white Christmas in March on December 2017. PHOTO: Harry Rutter The delayed white Christmas in March on December 2017. PHOTO: Harry Rutter

The delayed white Christmas in March on December 2017. PHOTO: Harry Rutter The delayed white Christmas in March on December 2017. PHOTO: Harry Rutter

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