PICTURES: Honiton braves the snow to stay open

14:13 18 January 2013

It was business as usual at Honiton Community Hospital. Honiton Hospital was open for business as usual. Pictured are members of Honiton

It was business as usual at Honiton Community Hospital. Honiton Hospital was open for business as usual. Pictured are members of Honiton's public health team (left to right) Sheila Whitlock. Caroline Lynch. Louise Wheeler. Alison McPherson and Jo Lowman. Photo by Vernon Whitlock.


The snow fails to bring the town to a standstill.

The snow in Honiton has failed to bring the town to a complete standstill today (Friday).

The weather failed to dampen spirits at the community hospital, library and the Thelma Hulbert Gallery, which have managed to keep their doors open.

Pictures taken by Vernon Whitlock.


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