Fun in the sun as spring finally blooms in Leeds

Ben Williams, 3, of Brighouse, admiring the daffodils in the grounds Temple Newsam, Leeds.
Ben Williams, 3, of Brighouse, admiring the daffodils in the grounds Temple Newsam, Leeds.
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Spring has finally sprung into action.

And families across Leeds made the most of the sunshine as they flocked to Temple Newsam.

Sienna Tosney, 2, of Osmanthorpe, Leeds, amongst the crocuses at Temple Newsam, Leeds.

Sienna Tosney, 2, of Osmanthorpe, Leeds, amongst the crocuses at Temple Newsam, Leeds.

Tomorrow marks the start of the official first day of Spring.

The Met Office has predicted the weather should remain mostly dry across the area with broken cloud allowing some sunshine tomorrow.

Dry, settled conditions look set to last through Tuesday and Wednesday.

Sisters Lacey and Ava Brownsword, of Middleton, Leeds, enjoying an ice-cream at Temple Newsam, Leeds.

Sisters Lacey and Ava Brownsword, of Middleton, Leeds, enjoying an ice-cream at Temple Newsam, Leeds.

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