23 November 2012
Last updated at 12:01
This is Pulteney Bridge, Bath where David Newton took this shot on Friday morning. He says: "The river is approximately 7ft higher than normal. I’ve never known the River Avon to be so full."
Ahmad Jamal also took this photograph in Bath on Thursday morning. He says: "Pulteney Weir is almost invisible under the torrent of water swelling up the River Avon after recent torrential rain."
This shot was taken by John Wilkes on Friday morning in Gloucestershire, near the A38 at Whitminster.
Catherine Parry photographed this scene in Wiltshire on Friday. She says: "In this picture of Malmesbury town bridge you can see the two smaller arches are covered by the high water, and you can see the floods in the fields beyond."
This shot was taken by Dave Burrows in Cullompton, Devon on 21st November. He says: “Many houses were flooded and the council brought round sandbags. The water is starting to clear but we're afraid that the heavy rain could return."
Giles Turnbull took this photo in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire on Thursday. It shows a digger half-submerged on a construction site in the centre of the town.
James Lynden took this photo of Broadlands sports field, Keynsham, near Bristol on Thursday morning. He explains: "As you can see from the submerged goal post there's about 2ft of water settled."
Stephen Andrews took this picture on Thursday near his home in Brynrefail, Gwynedd, Wales. Along with rain, the area has recorded 82mph gusts. Stephen says: "It’s the worst I’ve seen in 25 years."
James Trott in New Quay, Wales sent in this photo on Thursday. He says "At 05:30 we heard a massive crash and looked outside to see our big old oak tree narrowly missing our house and falling in our garden. It has smashed our fence down and our dogs were going crazy. We are getting 70mph winds here and the rain is horizontal."
Christmas trees were swimming in Bishops Hull, Taunton where Dave Shoreman took this shot.
Paul Silvers took this shot of the main road of Ruishton in Taunton, Somerset on Wednesday. Pauls says it was "Shut - under several feet of water...the worst flooding here for decades."
Simon Ould took this photo of flooding in Hemyock, Devon. He says: "The village was completely cut off for a time, with even 4x4 vehicles becoming trapped in the raging torrents."
This photo was taken on Wednesday by Aimee Ford-Young in Woodford Halse, Northamptonshire.
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