Work to repair flood defences in Boston, after the town suffered huge amounts of damage in last year's tidal surge, have got underway today.
A temporary defence is being ripped out of the banks of the River Witham to be replaced by a new, stronger brick wall. It is one of four areas which have been flagged up as a priority.
The Environment Agency is aiming to complete the work before the spring tide at the beginning of next month. Matt Price reports.