The earliest Easter since 1913, occurred in 2008. After a relatively mild winter in which there was little snow, the residents of Winteringham woke up on Easter Sunday to find the village, the gardens and roads covered with 4 inches of the stuff! Ken Jacobs and Christine Hammond produced the picturesque photographs of the village shown below...
Daffodils receive a snowy shock, but hold their heads high!
The Playing Field at Winteringham - full of virgin snow.
Easter Day - but the Church has a traditional Christmas Day appearance.
Martyn Hammond takes Jenny for a walk.
Marsh Lane on Easter Sunday, with not a single car track in sight!
Nanny Willeys, or Shoemaker’s Lane
The Maws’ House on Market Hill
Ken’s back garden on School Road Winteringham, with snow adding its emphasis to the horizontal ... and there’s more still on its way!
The roofs of Cliff Road add a wintry backcloth to Martyn and Jenny in Winteringham.
This snowman quickly sprang up in School Road, Winteringham.
The junction of Western Green, Meggitt Lane, and Nanny Willey’s Lane, looks like a Victorian Christmas card!
Southside in the early morning, as Pam Wells is caught both by the snow, and Ken’s camera!
Snow-work today at Winteringham School! Just as well it’s a public holiday, then!
Hewde Lane’s snowman looks a bit worried by all that sunshine!