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Christmas flooding: Your pictures

The arrival of Storm Eva meant there were more than 100 flood alerts on Christmas Day across England and Wales. By Monday, there were 500.

Many people had to move out of their homes, cars lay abandoned and animals were bewildered.

Here is a selection of photos sent in by BBC website readers:

Image copyright Stuart Dixon
Image caption On Saturday buildings became islands in Shipley, West Yorkshire
Image copyright Jamie Swales
Image caption Jamie's parents' recently-decorated flat in Saltaire, West Yorkshire, will need more work.
Image copyright Jessica Dean
Image caption These lucky sheep in Acaster Selby were lead to dry land on Sunday.
Image copyright Nick Elliot
Image caption Roads and service stations became inaccessible in Leeds.
Image copyright Andy Tricklebank
Image caption Andy in Skeldergate, York, said it was the worst flooding he'd ever seen: "Even worse than 2002".
Image copyright Rob Dalby
Image caption Cars were almost completely submerged in York.
Image copyright Reverend Andrew Brown
Image caption The graveyard at St Mary's Church, Eccleston, was inaccessible.

Compiled by Sherie Ryder