December 12 2013 Latest news:
A fallen tree is partially blocking a country lane.
A family-run venue has said it is “open for business” after admitting to having suffered because many people wrongly assumed that last week’s floods had forced it to close.
A country road has been closed in both directions due to flooding.
One Suffolk village is still on the road to recovery after houses, fields and businesses were flooded by the storm surge.
Although the surge tide that hit the east coast last week was similar in magnitude to the one experienced in 1953, the Alde and Ore Estuary escaped the same number of breaches and level of devastation.
The Environment Agency has issued its most severe flood warnings along the coast of East Anglia as the region braces itself for heavy storms.
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