Last month the residents of Burton Fleming in East Yorkshire had a Christmas they'll never forget - deluged by the worst floods for 65 years.
The "Gypsy Race" is only a stream running through the village but when it burst its banks a torrent up to 18 inches deep gushed through the main street.
A month on, residents fear it's only a matter of time before it happens again. They're becoming frustrated that while the sandbags and pumps remain, no long term solution is in place.
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