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2nd of August 2007

FLOODS

Our reporter Nicola Stanbridge reported from Gloucestershire at the height of the floods. Next week she returns to the area to find out what has happened since.


Nicola Stanbridge in Apperley on a boat

Three weeks ago, land and villages in Gloucestershire and Worcestershire were hit by the worst floods in modern times. The flood waters have now receded, the media has moved on and communities are trying to get back to some kind of normality. Nicola Stanbridge reported from Gloucestershire at the height of the floods. Next week she returns to find out what's happened since.

Starting from Pershore, she will travel up the River Avon, through Evesham, visiting farms and villages hit by the floods.          Click here to see where the journey will begin. If you live along or near the route of the river and have a story about the floods and their aftermath please email us.

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