Despite flood barriers remaining in place on the Wharfage in Ironbridge, shops and business are still open and can be accessed.
The Environment Agency has requested the barriers remain in place as the river is now expected to peak on New Year's Day at between 5.1m and 5.5m following further heavy rain.
All shops, restaurants and public houses on the Wharfage and elsewhere in the Gorge remain very much open for business as normal and car parks are also open.
There is now partial parking available along The Wharfage between The Museum of the Gorge and the junction of New Road.
Environment Agency figures show the River Teme could rise considerably in places in the next 24 hours.
If you are affected, or at risk of flooding, here you will find the latest advice on what to do and how to monitor the risks.