Businesses in a Fenland village blighted by constant flooding say the continued closure of their main road is hitting trade.
People in Welney on the Norfolk and Cambridgeshire border, say flooding from the Ouse Washes leaves the village cut off from nearby towns such as Littleport and Ely.
It comes as Norfolk County Council and Cambridgeshire County Council are due to put up new electronic signs on the main approaches to Welney.
The signs will give more detail about the depth of the flood water, which sometimes can be passed through with care.
At the moment the signs simply say "Road Closed", even if the road is only partially flooded.
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