In Pictures: Get your skates on!

PA
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There was plenty of deliberate slipping and sliding as the icy conditions continued on Sunday.

In Glasgow’s Queen’s Park, the frozen pond proved a treat for skaters who indulged in games of ice hockey and some figure skating displays.

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Winter weather Jan 3rd 2021
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Winter weather Jan 3rd 2021
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Winter weather Jan 3rd 2021
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Winter weather Jan 3rd 2021
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Winter weather Jan 3rd 2021
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Winter weather Jan 3rd 2021
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Winter weather Jan 3rd 2021
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Meanwhile, in the Peak District sledging was the popular winter pursuit, hardy walkers braved the conditions on Pen y Fan in South Wales and it was chilly under paw for dogs being walked in Northumberland.

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People sledging near Mam Tor in the Peak District (Danny Lawson/PA)
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It wasn’t just sledges heading down (Danny Lawson/PA)
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While walkers had a little help on the journey up (Danny Lawson/PA)
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A dog navigates the snow near Mam Tor in the Peak District (Danny Lawson/PA)
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A woman takes her dog for an early morning walk through the snow in Allendale, Northumberland (Owen Humphreys/PA)
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The icy conditions didn’t put off walkers ascending Pen y Fan, South Wales’ highest mountain (Ben Birchall/PA)
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Dogs led the way on one section of mountain track (Ben Birchall/PA)