One week on from the floods in Walsden and landscape gardener Richard Mountain is moving out of his home. It was devastated in last week's downpour and he expects to be in rented accommodation for up to nine months. His big fear he says is will he be able to get insurance when he moves back in?
This weeks floods weren't just confined to Walsden. This pub in nearby Todmorden is still closed due to flooding.
A new £20 million hospital in East Yorkshire has been ordered to make immediate improvements to standards of care. A recent inspection by the Care Quality Commission has found that the East Riding Community Hospital in Beverley is failing some patients. Kate Walby reports.
The clean-up operation continues in the village of Walsden near Todmorden after flash flooding. Homes have been swamped and roads washed away after the village was hit by eighteen inches of water on Monday night.
The heavy rain that saw flash flooding cause devastation in a West Yorkshire village is expected to be replaced by hot weather from Spain in the coming days, with temperatures exceeding 30C.
The village of Walsden, near Todmorden, West Yorkshire, was hit by up to 18in of water on Monday night after extremely heavy rainfall. The flood water poured from a culvert and down a side street, ripping huge chunks out of the road surface and destroying the road.
A major clear-up operation is underway after flash floods burst through homes and swept away roads in a West Yorkshire community. The village of Walsden near Todmorden was hit by up to 18 inches of water last night.