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Is access to Plusnet Towers a bit difficult today

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Is access to Plusnet Towers a bit difficult today

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Re: Is access to Plusnet Towers a bit difficult today

I've been out and measured a depth of 8" but I'm 92 metres above PN Towers on the southern border of Sheffield.
So in the town centre where Plusnet is it will be less deep and the gritters have been busy all night.
That picture is the Cathedral just down the road from PN Towers.
I get a Twitter feed from Sheffield City Council and many roads are blocked by abandoned vehicles so as people are complaining about no gritters, they can't get through many areas because of the vehicles.
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Re: Is access to Plusnet Towers a bit difficult today

We often do dog training on a Saturday morning. Given the snow conditions, I drove over to the training establishment, as their phone is out at the moment, to ask if they were running a training session: "No we can't because the roads are blocked...."  I asked them if they needed any supplies then drove home. Was using the missus' Freelander (4WD) fitted with winter tyres. I'd guess they had about 7 inches of snow.
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Re: Is access to Plusnet Towers a bit difficult today

no snow here, wasnt enough to settle the brief period of snow late friday.