The Environment Agency is warning people to stay vigilant as parts of the region remain at risk of flooding.
Although waters across the East are receding, they are expected to rise again in places tomorrow as water makes its way along the regions' rivers from the north.
The Environment Agency says the River Nene is expected to peak as it goes through Peterborough on Thursday morning.
Nearly a thousand people living at Billing Aquadrome near Northampton have been told they can move back to their holiday homes on Thursday lunchtime.
The Environment Agency ordered the evacuation of the caravan park after it flooded last week. It's now cleared enough to allow people back on but the park's warned that it remains on a flood alert.
A driver has been rescued after their car became trapped in flood waters at Much Hadham in Hertfordshire.
Rescue services managed to save a sheep from drowning in Northamptonshire as floods continue to cause problems across the region.
With the risk of flooding in many communities across the Anglia region is there anything householders can do to flood-proof their homes?