People are still waiting for the water to recede before finding out the true cost of the floods.
Two Army-style all-terrain vehicles have left Staffordshire to help residents trapped by the floods.
People who were flooded when a new Environment Agency pump failed in the floods were told today they may get a new early warning system.
Hundreds of farmers got together in Leicestershire today to help raise money for colleagues who are still suffering after the recent floods.
They have collected much-needed funds by organising a giant ploughing competition.
Farmers from across the region have taken part in a ploughing match to raise money for their colleagues hit by recent flooding in the Midlands & the South West.
The event at Elm's Wood farm in Market Bosworth on the Leicestershire & Warwickshire border was organised by the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution.
More than 70 farmers took part using some of the latest, and the oldest technology to plough their section of field.
As the waters recede we'll be checking floodplains for stranded fish. If you see any call our incident hotline 0800 80 70 60
There are concerns that the standing water from the recent floods could be contaminated.
Snow ploughs are being used to help clear the debris and pavements are also being power washed by the council as part of the clean-up operation - it's thought it will take several weeks.
David Sutton says that fallen trees also need chopping up and carrying away.
£320,000 has been given to Boston to help the town recover from the flooding of last December - more than anywhere else.
People affected by the floods which hit Boston on December 5th will also be able to apply for a council tax discount.
Businesses could receive business rate relief for three months - the council will decide the extent of damage to trade.
The Government is also introducing 'flood resilience grants' of up to £5000 to fund additional flood defences and the council is hoping to recover its own flooding costs through various funds.
Following the floods along the River Severn, snow ploughs have been out in Worcester helping to clear debris now that water levels have fallen. Pavements are also being power washed by the council as part of the clean-up operation.
A clean-up operation is underway in Worcester two weeks after the city was hit by the highest floods since 2007.
The operation is expected to take several weeks and council staff have been drafted in to help clean flooded homes of elderly residents.
– Superintendent Kevin Purcell, West Mercia Police
The Severn View Hotel is currently closed as it has been damaged during recent flooding so this really is a heartless crime. We are therefore very keen to speak to anyone who may have information about this burglary.
As of yet it is not clear exactly what the thieves have managed to steal but an Apple Macbook computer and several hundred pounds of cash are definitely missing from the hotel’s office.
I would like to reassure people that we continue to have increased patrols out and about in the community at the present time.
Police in Worcester are investigating after a burglary at a hotel in the city.
The break-in occurred at the Severn View Hotel on Newport Street between 8pm on Valentine's day and 4pm Saturday 15 February.
It appears thieves broke into the hotel - which has been closed after recent flooding in the area - by forcing open a rear door with some type of implement.
It seems the thieves then used the same implement to force their way into a number of rooms inside the property and carry out a search.