It's more than two months since the highest tidal surge in 60 years hit our region but, for many, the impact is still very much being felt.
In Snape on the Suffolk coast, the landlord and landlady of the Crown pub found themselves wading through three feet of water when the waves hit in December.
But today they were finally able to re-open their doors after a major refurbishment.
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