100 days on from the Boxing Day floods many people affected are still struggling to rebuild their lives.
More than 2,000 homes and businesses were flooded in the deluge in December 2015.
One of the worst hit areas was Whalley, Ribble Valley, where the River Calder burst its banks.
Flood defences are being restored but there is no promise that they will hold in the future.
A new flood insurance scheme to help at-risk households get more affordable cover has launched.Read the full story ›
A man from Rochdale who helped bring together the community during the Boxing Day floods has received an award from the Prime Minister.
Charity worker Mohammed Sheraz joined forces with the charity Al-Khair Foundation to lead a team of a hundred volunteers to make sure the vulnerable were safe.
When they saw the devastation caused by the flood they opened up a youth centre where they worked to give residents access to gas, electricity, food and blankets.
They've now put together a disaster response team to help plan for any future flooding.
New plans for a bypass around Kendal have been revealed.
The road will aim to ease traffic in the town.
It will also double as a flood defence after Kendal was badly hit by the recent flooding which caused the closure of the Victoria Bridge.
- Councillor Sylvia Emmott from South Lakeland District Council, Lib Dem
Severe weather will result in travel disruption and the potential for storm damageRead the full story ›
Residents of the Ribble Valley can apply for up to £5,000 in funding to protect their homes against future flooding.Read the full story ›
New designs for a replacement bridge in Laxey revealed to the public tomorrowRead the full story ›
The Isle of Man will experience flooding during the early hours of tomorrow morning until 9am.
Very heavy rain is expected overnight with totals of 20 to 40 mm possible with 60 to 100 over the hills.
Current indications are that the North of the Island will experience the worst of this rainfall.
Gale or Severe Gale Southerly winds around the time of high tide at 02.15 tomorrow morning and Southsouthwest winds at 14.30 tomorrow afternoon will cause significant waves and debris to wash onto exposed promenades.
Castletown Promenade, Carrick Bay, Chapel Beach (Port St Mary), north end of Douglas Promenade and Laxey are at high risk.
Some splash over is likely this afternoon high tide (13.50) but less significant than tonight and tomorrow.
Residents in the Isle of Man warned to take caution driving in flooded areasRead the full story ›
Public meeting to discuss the prevention of harbour flooding and wave overtopping held in RushenRead the full story ›