People across Harrow came out in their droves to enjoy the snowy conditions.

Heavy snowfall might have caused chaos and disruption out on the roads and pavements, but it didn’t stop people enjoying themselves.

Parks became toboggan runs while snowmen sprung up across the borough as residents embraced the wintery atmosphere.

It even provided people with the chance to don their festive gear, with a number of Santas turning out to enjoy the snow.

More than one hundred rat and mouse complaints are made to London councils every day, according to a new figures.

In a report compiled by Harrow councillor and London General Assembly member Susan Hall, it emerged that they had received 180,000 complaints over the past five years.

A recently renovated 14th century manor re-opened its doors with a free artisan fair.

Headstone Manor and Museum, in Pinner View, has undergone a four year transformation after it received funding from the National Lottery and Harrow Council.

The Frost Fair, which took place on December 9 and 10 celebrated the £5.7 million investment which has allowed the manor to act as a tribute to Harrow.