Schools re-open after snow closures

PUBLISHED: 08:58 22 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:58 22 January 2013

Luke Saward of Royston with his snow man

Luke Saward of Royston with his snow man


SCHOOLS around Royston are open as normal today after closing due to snow on Monday.

The main roads serving the town are also moving well, though conditions remain icy and drivers are being advised to take care, especially on less well used routes.

On the trains, First Capital Connect are reporting delays of up to an hour on many morning services, check the group’s website,, for more details.


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