After a spell of scorching weather, the forecast is predicting a bit more ‘changeable and cool’ conditions. But as the sky changes by the minute, early-riser Gwyn@gwyn0359 was on hand to capture these images and share them on Twitter.
Photos submitted by our readers
Recent snow and icy winds created weird and wonderful shapes around the area including this fantastic snow sculpture display captured by Sheffield photographer Mark Crawshaw at Woodhead Road.
The customers & staff of Sophisticutz, King Street, Hoyland had a Christmas Raffle, raising a brilliant £265 for Barnsley Hospice.
Barnsley season ticket holder Rob Williams was keen to have his photo taken in front of the iconic BFC Kes flag in the town centre prior to a Reds game at Oakwell.
Check out this fantastic photograph of a a spectacular snow scene posted on Twitter by Andy Hemingway ~@AHG_Photography
It’s snow joke! A giant polar bear suddenly popped up at Horsfields Nursery, as the picture right shows. It was built by Horsfields Nursery apprentice Tom Parry.
Pot House Hamlet on Barnsley Road in Silkstone kindly sent us a little video that they did on an iphone on Monday morning, while clearing snow! This is the link: http://vimeo.com/57845909 It can be download it in HD by pressing the button below the video window.
The snow scene from Woolley Edge across to East Notton on Saturday (January 19), as captured by Barnsley News and Sport reader Eddie Gouthwaite.
Cannon Hall Farm produced this brilliant picture of their lovely cute rabbits.
Barnsley and Penistone ramblers enjoying mulled wine at Pot House Hamlet.