Today's horse racing at Huntingdon Racecourse has been abandoned due to high winds caused by Storm Doris.
The racecourse say that the safety of the jockeys and horses is their "main priority".
The meeting was due to get underway at 1.30pm, but it has now been called off.
Unfortunately due to the high winds, we have no choice but to abandon racing. Safety of the jockeys and horses has to be the main priority
There has been widespread damage and disruption across the Anglia region as Storm Doris blows in with 70 mph winds.Read the full story ›
Police are warning of delays after a lorry's blown over on the A1 in Cambridgeshire. It happened at Brampton Hut.
The driver escaped from his crumpled cab with minor head injuries.
High winds have caused trees to come down in Cambridgeshire.
Police are currently at the scene in Long Drove near Wisbech. One of the trees has taken out a power line.
There are also delays on the A1 in Bedfordshire after a tree came down at Chawston.
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Suffolk Police say multiple trees have come down at West Stow near Bury St Edmunds.
The A1 Great North Road has been blocked in both directions by a fallen tree at Chawston in Bedfordshire.
It's between the A421 Great Barford Bypass / Bedford Road (Black Cat Roundabout) and Tempsford Road (Blunham / Tempsford Turn Off).
Emergency services are at the scene now removing the tree
Ipswich Borough Council has decided to close its parks as a safety precaution.
This means Christchurch Mansion is also closed. Parks staff will carry out checks for dangerous branches before parks re-open on the 24th February.
The town’s cemeteries are also closed for public access although services will still go ahead.
Ipswich Market will close early at lunchtime, a Council spokesman said. He advised the public to take extra care in the high winds, which could bring gusts of up to 70mph.
Bin collection rounds are well under way but might be affected by heavy traffic later. People are asked to take their blue bins in as soon as they can after they have been emptied because of the wind.
There are cancellations and delays of up to an hour to trains between London and Bedford because of damage to the overhead wires in the St Albans area.
East Midlands and Thameslink services are being affected and the disruption is expected to last for most of the day.
Network Rail says passengers travelling from London to St Albans / Luton & Luton Airport may consider travelling from London Kings Cross to Hatfield / Stevenage / Hitchin, then boarding an UNO bus to St Albans or an Arriva bus to Luton
“We received an emergency call from a train driver at around 8.15am that the overhead power lines had come down in the St Albans area, which resulted in all four rail lines through the area being closed.
"Once engineers arrived on site it appeared that the wires had come down after being struck by a fallen tree.
"Engineers have been working to restore power since and we are aiming to reopen two of the four lines this afternoon."
Trains in and our of Liverpool Street serving Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex are also being affected by overhead wire line damage at Maryland in London.
The QEII Bridge at the Dartford Crossing on the M25 has being closed to traffic for safety reasons due to high winds.
Highways England says the bridge, which carries traffic southbound across the Thames, will be reopened as soon as wind speeds drop to a safe level.
Until then, southbound traffic will use one bore of the Dartford Tunnel instead.
The A14 has also been closed crossing the Orwell Bridge in Suffolk because of high winds from Storm Doris.
The diversion route will be clearly signposted via the A1156, A1189 and A1214 through Ipswich.
Highways England is advising road users in the Ipswich area to carefully plan their journeys and consider whether they need to travel around Ipswich during the closure as significant delays will be expected.
Wind gusts in excess of 55 mph have already been recorded in the Anglia region as Storm Doris starts to sweep in from west to east across the UK.
Highest wind gusts in the Anglia region by 9am
- 56 mph in Andrewsfield, near Braintree in Essex
- 54 mph in Holbeach in Lincolnshire
- 51 mph in Wittering, Cambridgeshire
- 46 mph in Weybourne, Norfolk
Highways England say they expect the Orwell Bridge near Ipswich will be closed from 10am this morning (February 23).
The strongest winds from Storm Doris are due from 10am-6pm and it's likely the bridge will be shut at some point in that period.
An amber weather warning for strong winds is in force until 8pm.