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Another year has come and gone and once again Newburytoday's Instagram account has captured the many beautiful faces of our district.

We now have just under 10,000 followers on the social platform, with many of you sending us your images throughout the past 12 months too.

These photos perfectly capture the changing seasons across West Berkshire and North Hampshire, with the weather, the countryside that surrounds us and the wildlife it holds being your favourite subjects to capture on camera.

Donnington Castle @philcann
Donnington Castle @philcann

Our photographer Phil Cannings has also added to the hundreds of pictures we have posted throughout the year.

Since we launched two years ago, readers have really taken our Instagram account to their hearts and it's great to see the number of people enjoying our posts is growing rapidly.

More and more of you are also sharing your images with us too, by adding #newburytoday when you post.

If you have Instagram, go over and give our page a follow – @newburytoday.

Just add #newburytoday and we can share your photos with our followers too.

We look forward to seeing more of your lovely photos, from across our picturesque district, throughout 2022.

These photos, taken both by Phil and by our loyal readers, were the top 10 most liked images on our account in 2021.

1. Donnington Castle – @philcann

@philcann
@philcann

2. Snow falling – @philcann

@philcann
@philcann

3. Christmas lights – @philcann

@mattprior
@mattprior

4. Cow in snow – @matt.prior

@philcann
@philcann

5. Remembrance Day – @philcann

@mdx01
@mdx01

6. Canal – @mdx01

@veenery
@veenery

7. Swans on canal – @veenery

@philcann
@philcann

8. Town Hall and moon – @philcann

@zdobinka
@zdobinka

9. Canal at night – @zdobinka

@oxooxooxo
@oxooxooxo

10. Snowy canal scene – @oxooxooxo



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