A Norfolk Broads pub that has been "near enough constantly underwater" for the last four months has been hit by flooding yet again.

The car park at The Ferry Inn in Horning and Ferry Road flooded on Friday night after heavy rainfall, with water getting inside the pub. 

It is currently only able to serve drinks and is "accessible by foot in wellies and waders or by boat".

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The water will be pumped out on Saturday afternoon and they are aiming to serve food again in the evening. 

Eastern Daily Press: The car park is flooded at The Ferry Inn in HorningThe car park is flooded at The Ferry Inn in Horning (Image: Paul Walker)

Paul Walker, manager, said: "The Ferry Inn has been near enough constantly underwater now since late October 2023. 

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"This has meant lengthy closures and a huge amount of damage to the building. 

"Along with the team at the Ferry Marina, we have spent months pumping water out of Ferry Road and our car parks. 

"There has been no agency assistance in any of this as the road is unadopted."

Mr Walker is urging for this absence of agency help to be resolved urgently to protect livelihoods.

He also added that a recent Norfolk Broads flooding crisis meeting in Hickling "although welcomed, did not focus on Horning".