GALLERY: Herts and Beds snow travel and closures

There's no doubt which team Holly and George Hitchcock's snowmen support

There's no doubt which team Holly and George Hitchcock's snowmen support - Credit: Archant

DELAYS and closures continue to blight Comet country, thanks to the snow.

First Capital Connect trains are delayed this morning, and there have been cancellations on some services. A vehicle also collided with a bridge in Baldock.

And further schools have said they will be closing their doors.

According to the county council’s website, just three schools and nurseries in Stevenage and North Herts will be open today (Monday).

They are Offley Endowed Primary, which will open at 10am, Peartree Way Nursery in Stevenage, and York Road Nursery in Hitchin.

St Christopher’s in Letchworth GC has also tweeted to say it is open, as did St Nicholas Primary School in Stevenage.

North Hertfordshire College will not run classes today, but all exams will still run and students wanting to come in and use learning centres can do so.

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Schools in Central Beds are also mostly closed.

Etonbury Academy says it will be open on the council’s website, but has just tweeted to the contrary.

Fairfield Park Primary, Gothic Mede in Arlesey, Henlow Village pre-school, and Meppershall pre-school are open.

The roads across the area are said to be clear, with no reports of heavy traffic.

There have, however, been some collisions – see individual stories on our website for more details.

Stevenage Borough Council and Central Beds Council have said they will not be carrying out recycling and refuse collections today.

Meanwhile, people have been making the most of the snow. To see what they’ve been up to over the weekend, click on the link in the top right-hand corner of the page.

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