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Kent snow: the county's attractions may be affected by the severe weather but are looking picturesque

By Angela Cole

Kent's popular attractions may have had to close their doors as a result of the weather, but they are providing us with some glorious sights.

With the county struggling with travel disruption, we share some of the county's beautiful sights.

You may not be able to visit - but you can enjoy the view!

Picture: Leeds Castle

Picturesque Leeds Castle near Maidstone looked like a picture postcard scene in the snow, as the castle, grounds and attractions all remained closed today.

Leeds Castle looks picturesque with a blanket of snow Picture: Leeds Castle

The National Trust's 14th century moated manor house near Borough Green, Ightham Mote, is closed until further notice. It looks chilly - but the moat is not completely frozne over. For updates, go to nationaltrust.org.uk/ightham-mote

Ightham Mote near Borough Green

Historic Hever Castle is also closed due to the weather, but looking as picturesque as when Henry VIII wooed Anne Boleyn. Those who had pre-booked a visit today are asked to email info@hevercastle.co.uk

The snowdrops may be under a little bit of snow at Hever Castle

Dreamland at Margate is affected by the weather, but organisers were still bouyant, tweeting how much they loved the snow. Check updates at dreamland.co.uk

The Historic Dockyard at Chatham is also shut today due to the severe weather, for the safety of visitors. Keep up to date for changes over the weekend at dockyard.co.uk

Chatham Historic Dockyard has been affected by the severe weather Picture: @pictures_from_the_air

Churchill's home, Chartwell, at Westerham, has also had to close due to the weather. To find out when it will next open, go to nationaltrust.org.uk/chartwell

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