Ok so snow is not unusual for most of the UK, but here in London it is very unusual. The last time it snowed heavily in London was 2002. I remember this because I was working in the Hammersmith Hospital in East Acton (none of the London hospitals are in the places they are named after) and the only way I could get home was to walk the three miles to Hammersmith.
London Is Covered
- Post author:Kim Dellow
- Post published:2 February 2009
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Kim Dellow is an artist–designer–film-maker living the creative life in London, UK. She's a freelance creative for the craft industry and others, and she loves to share her art-ventures on her blog.
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What lovely snow – I’m so sad we don’t have any here in the Cotswolds 🙁 . Hope you get some mor fab pictures like the icicle one. Have a warm day!! Hugs Dilly x
Hi Kim I am in London too and it is so wintery! Great pics. Look forward to seeing some more. We are just off out to make a snowman. Pascale 🙂
Those photos look fab – who is that hardy but handsome-looking chap making his way into work? 🙂
Great pics. Not too bad here in Kings Lynn at the moment, but forecast doesnt sound too good! Stay warm!
wow, that is a lot of snow!! We haven’t got nearly that much snow here in Wiltshire – just about two centimetres, but it IS still snowing!!
Beautiful pictures!! Thanks for sharing! Enjoy the beauty of the snow and try to stay warm!!
Fabulous piccies Kim!
I was wondering whereabouts you are in London due to your mention of Hammersmith. I lived there from the age of 2 until I moved to Hampshire when I was 21, we used to live in Fulham Palace Road (Peabody Trust), I don’t know if you know it at all. Also my cousin used to be a nurse at Hammersmith Hospital (is it Ducane Road?)
What a small world!
I think that means you’re getting my snow…LOL. We’ve had an unusually snowless season!
Enjoyed your pictures! (and the snow) Stay warm!
I wish I could give you all some of my snow. It is so pretty. Love your pictures.