An east Suffolk road which is notorious for flooding is underwater after heavy rainfall. 

The often-submerged Potters Bridge along the B1127, near Southwold, has become flooded once again on Tuesday morning.

The road is believed to be passable but drivers are being told to take extra care when in the area. 

It comes after heavy rainfall hit that hit parts of the county over the weekend

A small river that runs underneath the road used to go through a sluice which has been taken away by coastal erosion. 

In 2021 more than 300 people signed a petition to urgently fix the road after a spate of closures due to flooding.

Suffolk Coastal MP Thérèse Coffey has previously visited the the road closure after being contacted by residents.