A £7million flood defence scheme is being launched to help a Lancashire village ravaged by the 2015 Boxing Day downpours.Read the full story ›
A £7million scheme to help protect hundreds of homes in a village devastated by floods is about to be unveiled.Read the full story ›
It's a year since severe flooding plagued a lot of the regionRead the full story ›
Flood-hit communities' respite over the weekend as experts predict river levels will fall in the next few days, despite persistent rainfallRead the full story ›
An RAF chinook helicopter has continued to drop sandbags to shore up flood defences in Croston village in Lancashire.
Residents have praised the great community spirit, after the local sports centre provided food and shelter for those forced out of their homes.
The RAF chinook is back in the Lancashire village of Croston dropping more sandbags to shore up a flood defence breach on the River Douglas.Read the full story ›
The Army and emergency services are continuing in their efforts to fill a gap in a flood defence near the village of Croston in Lancashire.Read the full story ›
The residents of Croston are preparing for the worst as Storm Frank hits the UK, bringing further rain to communities already hit by floods.Read the full story ›
Families forced to abandon their homes and sleep at the Croston Sports Club for the past two nightsRead the full story ›
The high water levels may have disappeared but the damage remains. After a weekend of floods in Lancashire residents in Croston are trying to get back to normal.