Householders on Harbour Road in Eyemouth are being urged to put flood defences in place ahead of predicted coastal flooding this afternoon.
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Twelve months after the floods which devastated homes and businesses across Cumbria and the south of Scotland, dozens of traders are still feeling the effects.
One business on Carlisle's Warwick Road is closing for good at the end of the week, with its owner saying he can no longer face the uncertainty.
Michael Coburn's business was flooded for the second time last December. He's not the only one finding it hard to overcome the odds as Matthew Taylor reports.
The owner of a Carlisle carpet shop is closing the business for good after failing to recover from two severe floods.
Michael Coburn's business was flooded for the second time last December and since then he's been working from office space above his former shop.
"I couldn't face setting up the whole thing again. The thought that it could possibly happen again- I thought no that's it. It's quite sad when you see that your whole life time is washed away."
Across Cumbria more than 1000 businesses were flooded and around one in five are still closed.
In Carlisle, more than a quarter of flooded businesses have still to re-open.
Claire Armitage's business was flooded, but she then moved to renovated premises on Warwick Road. She says she's prepared for any future flooding.
"We've decided to stay because my business is here, my house is here, my mum's here, I've lived her for over 20 years so I've just decided to stay."
"We've been there once, we've been there twice and we're just about flood proofed in case it happens again."
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Dozens of properties in Allerdale are still reeling from last December's floods, according to the local council.
As of this week, 47 homes and 9 businesses are still affected, and Allerdale Borough Council is urging anyone who hasn't already done so to apply for a £5,000 flood resilience grant.
The local authority has already paid out more than £1.2 million in flood resilience grants.
We really want people to plan for the future and take advantage of these grants now – they are only available until 31 March 2017 and no-one knows what funding, if any, will be made available for resilience works in the future. Please don’t delay in making an application.
The final report into how and why Kendal flooded during Storm Desmond last year will be presented to the community tonight.
It also looks at what measures can be taken to prevent it happening again.
The meeting takes place at Sandylands Methodist Church at 7pm.
A chairty made up of former firefighters and gurkas has returned to Cumbria to re-visit people they helped out in the aftermath of last year's floods.
The Tunnels to Towers charity travelled up from the south of England and spent 10 days in county after Storm Desmond devastated the region.
This week they returned to Eamont Bridge where they helped residents that were flooded.
A group of residents in Castle Douglas are hoping to persuade Dumfries and Galloway Council to help protect them against future flooding.
They want to install what they say will be 'Britain's smallest flood prevention scheme'. They're proposing a five-metre wide, by two-metre high, concrete barrier, situated beneath the A75.
The town was hit by last December's floods as they tore through the Border region.
Glenridding has been chosen by the Environment Agency for a new flood defence pilot scheme.
The village, which was flooded four times last winter, was selected along with three other villages in Cumbria.
The Community Action Pilot scheme focuses on making communities more resilient to floods and improving flood measures for the future.
Sharing and informing is a critical part of the scheme because all of us in Cumbria are going to need to manage flood risk for a continual basis into the future.
Are you worried about your home or business flooding?
We asked Mary Dhonau, who set up Know Your Flood Risk after she was flooded herself on many occasions, for her top tips on keeping your property safe.