Spring has sprung in Eastbourne - and here are your photos to prove it!

Peacock butterflies, swans and sunlit scenes - spring has well and truly spring in Eastbourne and the surrounding areas.

Friday, 29th March 2019, 11:32 am
Updated Friday, 29th March 2019, 11:36 am
A beautiful peacock butterfly photographed by Derek A Briggs at West Langney Marsh using an Olympus mirrorless camera. SUS-190327-160708001

Here is a selection of readers’ pictures showing the change in the season. If you have a photograph you would like to share with us, email it as a JPEG to [email protected]

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Eastbourne beach and pier at low tide by John Stillwell, taken with a Canon ES600 D wide angle with a polarising filter. SUS-190327-160657001
The picturesque St Peter and St Pauls Church among the daffodils at Helllingly, taken by Barry Davis. The photo was taken using a Canon 5d iii. SUS-190327-160619001
"After weeks of waiting we finally saw the first heron chick appear in one of the six heron nests in Hampden Park," said Derek A Briggs, who took this photo with an Olympus mirrorless camera. SUS-190327-160552001
Spring has sprung, and this sunny picture of Decoy Pond at Hampden Park was snapped by Bob Newton on March 20 at 12.30pm with a Samsung S8 smartphone. "Lovely day. Lots of birds on the lake," he said. SUS-190328-094230001
A beautiful peacock butterfly photographed by Derek A Briggs at West Langney Marsh using an Olympus mirrorless camera. SUS-190327-160708001
Eileen Kilgour took this photograph at the western end of the seafront with a Canon 100D. "An interesting perspective of the chalk cliffs," she said. SUS-190327-160634001
Swan on Hampden Park's Decoy Pond, by John Lauper. The picture was taken with a Canon EOS60D DSLR. SUS-190327-160646001
A lovely, quiet evening on the Downs near Beachy Head, by Marcus Berrisford. The photograph was taken at sunset on March 26 and clearly shows the silhouette of Belle Tout lighthouse against the sky. SUS-190328-095538001