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Trellech pub flooded prompting Christmas Eve clean-up

24 December 2013 Last updated at 14:46 GMT

Gales and heavy rain have brought a series of flooding incidents across south and west Wales overnight.

The Fountain Inn in Trellech, Monmouthshire, was hit by 4ft of flood water after a nearby stream burst its banks.

Owners Steve and Jill Pocock, were alerted by friends at 22:30 GMT on Monday. Firefighters spent three hours pumping the water out and neighbours helped clear up the damage.

They spoke to BBC Wales reporter Paul Heaney.

Storm brings flooding across Wales

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