Weather outside is frightful but your pictures are so delightful!
WHAT a lot of talented photographers there are out there!
These photos, taken during the current cold snap, were all supplied by our readers.
They feature: Locko Park, by John Smith, of Ludlow Close, Spondon.
St George's Church at Ticknall, by Harvey Wood.
Elvaston Castle taken on Saturday morning, after the snowfall on Friday night, by Gavin Duxbury, of Keyhaven Close, Derwent Heights.
Mackworth village, by Betty Bond, Ashbourne Road, Mackworth.
Spondon rail crossing, by John Bennett.
Above, right, a horse enjoying the snow at the Blue Cross rehoming centre in Rolleston, photographed by Louise Lee, and, far right, a hungry sheep in a field at Mickleover, by James Bowles, of Vicarage Road.
There are lots more snow pictures on our website ThisisDerbyshire and you can upload your shots to share, free of charge.
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