A Broads village is battling its "worst flooding in years" in the aftermath of Storm Ciarán.

Emergency services have been assisting flood wardens in Potter Heigham after the storm coincided with high water levels on the River Thurne.

Local business Lathams is undergoing a huge clean-up operation after water flooded the car park. 

Eastern Daily Press: The Lathams car park is floodedThe Lathams car park is flooded (Image: James Weeds)Flood warden Paul Rice said: "It's been a bit of a nightmare to be honest.

"We've had to have people on the site pretty much 24/7 and we're all volunteers.

"There just aren't the resources to deal with this."

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Fire crews are on their way to the scene to help drain some of the water from around the shop. 

Eastern Daily Press: Lathams is closed due to the floodingLathams is closed due to the flooding (Image: James Weeds)

Flooding has been seen across the county after saturated ground was battered by the second storm in the space of two weeks.

Mr Rice added: "We have to be learning from this and mitigate the next storm. 

"At the moment we're just having to adapt as we go.

"We need to be reviewing how we deal with things - maybe there's a better way."