Archive Article: 2000/04/07

7 April 2000

It may be warmer now but this was the scene in the West Country in mid-week. The freak spring snowfall which hit hill tops across the country caused deep drifts and left many sheep farmers counting the cost as thousands of new-born lambs reportedly froze to death. The lowlands suffered too as heavy rain caused flooding and halted seed drilling.

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