Pub-goers are travelling by boat for a pint as flooding hits the county. 

The Ferry Inn in Horning has only been accessible by boat for a week following the heavy rainfall brought by recent storms. 

Pubs in the area are being severely affected by flooding as Storm Ciarán batters the region just two weeks after Storm Babet brought chaos. 

Eastern Daily Press: Boatyards and footpaths flooded at nearby Potter HeighamBoatyards and footpaths flooded at nearby Potter Heigham (Image: Denise Bradley)Paul Walker, manager of the Ferry Inn, said: "We knew it had flooded before but locals have never known it to last as long as this. 

"Our kitchen and cellar are flooded and it's going to be all hands on deck to dry things out and clear up after the form."

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He says the water in the roads surrounding the pub is four feet deep.

Jordan Hawksworth, manager at The Swan in Horning, is also dealing with flooding in the beer garden at the pub. 

Eastern Daily Press: Jordan Hawksworth in the flooded beer garden at The SwanJordan Hawksworth in the flooded beer garden at The Swan (Image: Denise Bradley)He said: "The locals are saying it's the worst they've seen in 20 to 30 years.

"The water has come halfway up the garden and it's going to cover more."

Both pubs sit next to the River Bure which has been subject to a flood warning for most of the day.