There's not just sledging in Hampshire's snowy villages - the skis are out as well

THE Winter Olympics may just have finished, but there are plenty of snowy sports to be seen.

Friday, 2nd March 2018, 4:43 pm
Updated Monday, 5th March 2018, 11:34 am
Senna, seven, left, dad Zak and Luca Reynolds, 11, on the slopes of Butser Hill Picture: Malcolm Wells (180301-8697)

Any available slope has been turned into a sledging track, with Portsdown Hill and Butser Hill perennial favourites.

News photographer Malcolm Wells took this picture of the Reynolds brothers from Hayling Island, Senna, seven, left, and Luca, 11, with their dad Zak on Butser Hill, the highest point in the south of England.

Meanwhile, in Swanmore, as snow fell today youngsters were spotted with sledges and also on skis travelling along village streets.

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Senna, seven, left, dad Zak and Luca Reynolds, 11, on the slopes of Butser Hill Picture: Malcolm Wells (180301-8697)
Senna, seven, left, dad Zak and Luca Reynolds, 11, on the slopes of Butser Hill Picture: Malcolm Wells (180301-8697)