The centre of a Norfolk village was left underwater after a river burst its banks. 

Large areas of South Creake were hit by flooding from the River Burn as its levels rose.

The B1355 Burnham Road that goes through the village has also been closed causing local bus services to be cancelled

Eastern Daily Press: The fire service at the scene The fire service at the scene (Image: Chris Bishop, Newsquest)

Fire crews have been in the area to assist with a stranded flooded car as well as to offer general assistance to residents of affected properties.

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Mike Harvey, 80, who lives in the village, said: “It’s not surprising, it’s been raining for quite a few days.

Eastern Daily Press: The B1355 was closed by policeThe B1355 was closed by police (Image: Chris Bishop, Newsquest)Eastern Daily Press: A large part of the village has been cordoned offA large part of the village has been cordoned off (Image: Chris Bishop, Newsquest)

“It doesn’t bother me but for someone that’s got to go to work it’s a pain.”

The ford that runs through the village is also completely submerged.

The flooding comes after a period of severe weather that caused the Met Office to issue multiple warnings for rain and wind as Storm Henk battered the county. 

Eastern Daily Press: The flooded village greenThe flooded village green (Image: Chris Bishop, Newsquest)