Village Web Site Forum

Paul Wilkinson
webmaster
Wednesday, January 6, 2010 11:02
Snow in Sutton
Barbara Chapman has set up an online gallery of snow scenes around the village, you can view them here.

I've received some other photos, including a rather fetching snow-woman on holiday, which I'll add when I get chance.

Paul
Andrew Monkhouse
Hanoi, Vietnam
Wednesday, January 6, 2010 12:36
Stunning photographs of Sutton shrouded in snow cousin, itís a long time since Iíve seen snow and Iím dying to reach out and pick the stuff up!

Donít forget the paddling pool is now a boating lake (government regulations!!!!!!). Glad you pointed out the putting green, wouldnít have picked it from the photo.

Sledging down Thompsonís field brought back very early memories from when I was at Bairstowís pre-school nursery, one of my earliest memories was cadging a ride on the back of a sledge having climbed Mt Everest to clamber to the top!

Fabulous shots again cousí, Iíll swap you a bit of snow for some of our sun!
Yvonne Wiseman
Sutton
Thursday, January 7, 2010 18:14
Thankyou Barbara for taking the photos, they were lovely : )
Lorna Buffey
Sutton in Craven
Thursday, January 7, 2010 19:48
sorry to be a bit blank but how do we get onto these pictures? ,i'm dying to see them.
Andrew Monkhouse
Hanoi, Vietnam
Thursday, January 7, 2010 19:54
Lorna, click on the word 'here' in the webmaster's introductory message
Lorna Buffey
Sutton in Craven
Thursday, January 7, 2010 19:59
thank you Andrew,i have had a good look at the photos and they are great! as a real snow lover they were great to see.
Graham Smith
Glusburn (ex Suttoner)
Thursday, January 7, 2010 20:31
Excellent pics barbara. i have just set one of them as my new desktop background.
many thanks for sharing them with us
Graham
Vivien Hotte
Sutton Post Office
Friday, January 8, 2010 12:28
Stunning photographs...Enjoyed viewing them.:-)
Shirley de Sonnaville
Bella Vista Arkansas USA
Sunday, January 10, 2010 20:14
What fun it was to see the pictures of Sutton in the snow, I remember sledding down West Lane and also down the hill near Ivan's Of course that was about 65 years ago and there were hardly any cars then, some of fhe farmers drove and I remember one old car with a big rack on the back, he used to drive so slowly that the boys used to run and jump on the back and ride up the hill, . I am really showing my age now, those were good days, the war was still on but we had fun and had lots of friends, thanks again for this website., Shirley
Andrew Monkhouse
Hanoi, Vietnam
Sunday, January 10, 2010 22:19
More amazing photoís of Sutton under snow. Some cracking shots from the Ellers + Stephenís family walk around the village

Paul, the 5th photo down (the long portrait image), I should be able to place it but canít quite visualise where it is. Any clues?

Weíre literally cooking here in Adelaide in a 43 degree (109 F) heatwave and Iím looking at Sutton shrouded in snow Ė surreal!
David Harper
Invercargill, New Zealand
Monday, January 11, 2010 07:28
Good pic's "aunty" Barbera,reminds me of my childhood. Regards to yourself and Allan.
Paul Wilkinson
webmaster
Monday, January 11, 2010 13:26
Andrew- the 5th photo down was taken on Strikes Lane looking across Sutton towards Glusburn. Bottom left is Sutton Fields near the 1900 bridge, with the path going along Shutt Lane towards Glusburn Institute. The school is Glusburn Primary.
Andrew Monkhouse
Hanoi, Vietnam
Tuesday, January 12, 2010 01:50
Gotchya, thanks Paul
Sue Morgan
Kings Arms
Tuesday, January 12, 2010 16:03
Ab fab photos.....hard to believe this was only last week!! Same for me Andrew, it brought back lovely memories of Thompsons field, but we did a lot of our sledging in Baxters field at the top of Victoria St. How lovely it was...using anything that would slide...fertilizer bags...tin trays. Brilliant. And how bad was that cold burn when you got home with snowy clinkers hanging off your gloves then you started to thaw.....lovely. Thanks again for the lovely photos Barbara.....



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