The plan shows how £72million of government funding will be used to reduce the flood risk to 4,300 homes across Cumbria.Read the full story ›
At a flood forum meeting in Workington, group claims 'lives could have been put at risk' by a four-hour delay in flood warnings.Read the full story ›
Residents in Braithwaite are being invited to a flood forum meeting tonight, after 39 properties were flooded in the village six months ago.
The draft report being discussed, proposes dealing with gravel and sediment upstream to reduce flood risk in the village.
Plans for protecting Workington from future flooding are being outlined at a public meeting in the town tonight.
The flood forum, organised by Cumbria County Council and the Environment Agency, gives residents a chance to discuss a report on potential flood defence measures.
Residents in Dumfries are being urged to report seagull nests before the eggs hatch.
It's part of the town's efforts to tackle the ongoing seagull problem.
Dumfries and Galloway council say public co-operation is vital in dealing with the problem.
The full extent of the repair work won't be completed until the Autumn. More than two thirds of around 300 repairs are fixed, but some major works are still outstanding.
We have damage through flooding, obviously one off storms. But the actual number of storms we've suffered, five storms all together, it's just been unprecedented.'
MP's called the government's response to the winter storms 'reactive', which is putting communities at risk.Read the full story ›
The steepness of the terrain around Glenridding plays a big part in explaining how, and why, the village flooded so severely six months ago.Read the full story ›
There has been some heavy, thundery showers across the region today, while other areas have enjoyed a dry day with plenty of sunshine.
This video, taken by This Is My Film, shows the extent of the downpour in Ambleside.
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In December people woke up to the worst flooding the town had seen for more than 50 years, and many are angry at the council's response.Read the full story ›