The best snow videos from the Beast from the East

PUBLISHED: 18:23 04 March 2018 | UPDATED: 18:48 04 March 2018

A snow plough was pulled free by a tractor in Ashill. Picture: Becky Watts

A snow plough was pulled free by a tractor in Ashill. Picture: Becky Watts


This weeks extreme weather has generated a huge amount of fantastic video. Take a look at some of the best clips we have published over the past few days.

• Laughing colleagues watch as builder is nearly swept away - This video certainly generated a lot of laughter around the office. That’s what you get for trying to battle the elements!

• Dashcam shows unbelievable snow drifts in Poringland - the snow drifts around the country transformed Norfolk into something unrecognisable. This dashcam footage shows just how much our region changed.

• Norwich Flowerpot man goes for half-naked snow run - Even the snow couldn’t stop him from jogging!

On board with digger as it clears HUGE snow drift on Norfolk road - our diggers and tractors worked hard to make the roads safe again for drivers.

• Norwich’s homeless talk about scary experience with Beast from the East - being homeless is a difficult situation anyway, and this weeks cold-snap has made things a lot harder for those forced to live out on the streets.

• The best places in Norwich for sledding, skiing and snowboarding - We sent out one of our reporters to sample Norwich’s new winter wonderland and try out some winter sports.

• How to make an awesome snow igloo - Wow! These Beavers and Cubs created an amazing igloo, captured in this time-lapse video.

• Norfolk farmer rescues couples and save their dream Australian holiday - we had lots of cases of people going above and beyond this week, to help those in need. Here is one of those stories.

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