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PUBLISHED: 16:40 13 January 2010 | UPDATED: 09:54 12 August 2010

SNOW DEN: Louisa Rodgie, seven, in her igloo.

SNOW DEN: Louisa Rodgie, seven, in her igloo.

SNOW may have caused more disruption to many last week but for others it was time to get creative. Seven-year-old Louisa Rodgie decided

CLEAN SWEEP: Caroline Smith and Josh Maybank.

SNOW may have caused more disruption to many last week but for others it was time to get creative.

Seven-year-old Louisa Rodgie decided to build her own igloo in her garden in Edward Road, Biggin Hill last Sunday with mum Allison and dad Hugh.

Meanwhile residents gave walkers in Beckenham Place Park a treat by building a friendly snowman.

And Helen Carty of The Churchill, Bromley took advantage of the wintery weather to take a picture postcard snap of the Church House Gardens in Bromley.

But for others it was business as usual as Caroline Smith and Josh Maybank made sure the path to the Queen's Head in Chislehurst was clear for their punters.

And dog walkers Phil Rowson and Lynne and Charles Popplestone braved the snowy conditions to give their pets Milo and Honey a run around in Martin's Hill as Matt Chaplin and Saskia Van Roomenguardon wrapped up warm to take a stroll.


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