Winter Britain in pictures

Wednesday 31 August 2016

We're the first to admit that Britain's winter weather can be somewhat unpredictable. But if you pack for bright sunshine, thick snow and pretty much everything in between, you'll be all set to discover a magical time of year. And whether you experience the brilliant contrast of virgin snow on a red post box, frosty cobbled streets straight out of Dickens or the comfort of an open fire in an ancient pub, we guarantee you won't be disappointed.

Edinburgh Castle, Scotland

Edinburgh Castle ©iStock.com/davidhillsFind out more about Edinburgh Castle

London telephone boxes

Phone boxes © JB London on flickr Find out more about London

Highland Cow, Scotland

Highland Cow © Ross HamillFind out more about the Scottish Highlands

Oxford, England

Oxford ©iStock.com/sebaseboFind out more about Oxford

Covent Garden Market, London

Covent Garden MarketFind out more about Covent Garden

Mam Tor, Peak District, England

Mam Tor © B15DVE on flickr Find out more about the Peak District

Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire, England

©iStock.com/Lena_ZajchikovaFind out more about cathedrals and churches

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