August 1 2014 Latest news:
Work to protect homes and businesses along the coast from future floods and storms has begun across the county thanks to a government grant.
Two teachers have seen their summer holidays getting off to a wet start after flash floods put their ground floor under four inches of water.
Sometimes, when the summer sun goes down, it sets the sea on fire. Blessed with a westward-facing outlook, the shingle strip at Snettisham might not be Norfolk’s prettiest beach. But by goodness you see some sights there.
They are an award-winning water rescue team and when the floods hit in the UK earlier this year, their services were required hundreds of miles away from their Dereham base. KATE SCOTTER went out with Norfolk’s Urban Search and Rescue Team to discover more about their life-saving work.
Calls are being made for crowds to turn out in force during a crucial Wells Carnival week to help traders reclaim some of the losses from December’s floods.
A Thorpe Hamlet community is demanding urgent help after their street flooded seven times in just two months.
A Norwich school has been forced to close this morning, following the flash floods that triggered 120 fire service calls in three chaotic hours yesterday.
A deluge of heavy rain has brought chaos to much of the Norwich area with flash floods hitting several parts of the city and train services also affected.
Work to improve a major flooding hotspot in Wymondham could be carried out within a year if suggested fixes are given the seal of approval.
A Wells café will today be the town’s final business to reopen after the devastating December floods.
Calls have been made to put an immediate stop to the job threat to Environment Agency staff involved in the East Coast floods.