The Northern Lights – or Aurora Borealis – captured in West Berkshire
These stunning images of the Northern Lights were captured in Newbury last night (Monday).
Our photographer Phil Cannings was up at Donnington Castle to get these photographs – most commonly seen in places such as Iceland, Norway, Finland and Greenland as well as sometimes, the most northern parts of Scotland.
Hundreds of people crowded up to Coombe Gibbet too to see if they could get a glimpse of the famous light display.
Also known as the Aurora Borealis, nature's light show is created when a stream of charged particles which are escaping the sun meet with our planet's magnetic field and atmosphere.
The dazzling display of moving sky lights in colours and shades of green, red, purple and pink have been spotted much further south this week.
But could West Berkshire be the furthest south that it was captured?
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