Take a load off!
The 30+cm of snow is a welcomed site for any winter enthusiast, but not all plants are happy with the accumulation. The snow load on evergreen shrubs, such as this yew (Taxus spp.), can cause branches to bend outward from the plant and, in some cases snap. Time to gently shake/tap the branches to remove the snow! It is easiest to do this during or immediately after a snowfall, when the snow is at it's 'fluffiest' and when it will dislodge from the plant with very little effort.
Other plants that tend to be prone to damage from snow loads include pyramidal varieties of junipers (Juniperus spp.), cedars (Thuja spp.) and boxwood (Buxus spp.). With that said, it doesn't hurt to keep an eye on your other evergreens too!