In Pictures: Frolics in the snow as cold snap hits parts of UK

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A drop in temperatures following days of stormy conditions meant many people woke up to a covering of snow on Monday morning.

The Met Office described it as “a cold and frosty start” to the bank holiday, with yellow weather warnings for ice and snow across much of England and Wales.

People walk their dog through the snow
People walk their dog through the snow in Woolton, Liverpool (Peter Byrne/PA)
A message written on a car window coverd in snow
A message written on a car window after snowfall in Liverpool (Peter Byrne/PA)
Family members sledge down hill
Families made the most of the snow in Liverpool (Peter Byrne/PA)
Children sledging
Daniel Brym, aged eight, and his sister Emma, four, sledging on Camp Hill, Woolton, Liverpool (Peter Byrne/PA)
A car in snowy conditions
A car in snowy conditions on the A303 near Andover (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Sisters play with snowballs
Cristina, four, and her sister Stefania, three, play with snowballs in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire (Joe Giddens/PA)
Teenage brothers build snowman
Brothers Max and Louis build a snowman outside their home in Stoke (Joe Giddens/PA)
A woman clears snow from pathways
A woman clears snow from pathways in Burford, West Oxfordshire (Steve Parsons/PA)
People sledge in the snow
People sledge in the snow in Burford (Steve Parsons/PA)
Snow-covered fields in Grateley, Hampshire
Snow-covered fields in Grateley, Hampshire (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Birds on a feeder
Birds on a feeder in Strensham, Worcestershire (David Davies/PA)
Snow-covered houses
Snow-covered houses in the village of Oulton, Staffordshire (Tom Leese/PA)
Children sledge down hill
Farah, four, pulls her sister Niamh through the snow in a park in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire (Joe Giddens/PA)
Child plays in snow
Maddie, seven, enjoys playing in the snow in Newcastle-under-Lyme (Joe Giddens/PA)