More flood alerts are in place across Norfolk with water levels expected to remain high for days to come. 

The Environment Agency has issued alerts for the tidal Rivers Bure, Ant and Thurne and the Hundred Foot Washes, also known as the Ouse Washes. 

The areas affected include Salters Lode near Downham Market, Potter Heigham, Wroxham boat yards and Ferry Road in Horning.

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The Causeway at nearby Sutton Gault in Cambridgeshire is closed due to rising river levels and flooding along the Hundred Foot Washes. 

Persistent flooding has impacted businesses in Norfolk over the last few days with The Ferry Inn in Horning being forced to close just days after reopening amid the brief receding of flood waters.

The Environment Agency said: "Some minor flooding to riverside roads and footpaths is likely today and for the next few days. 

"This is due to a natural tide locking effect - tidal water moving up the rivers from Great Yarmouth restricts the normal drainage out to sea at low tide of the Broads river system. 

"We are not currently expecting the situation to escalate."