Thousands of music fans braved the wind and rain today as they made their way home from the Reading Festival. Thames Valley Police have been reporting a slight drop in crime compared to last year. Two people have been arrested and bailed in connection with a rape. There have also been a number of thefts and drugs offences.The site at Richfield Avenue was cleared this morning, and even the weather didn't spoil the weekend. Lauren Hall reports
A major clean-up operation is underway at one of the region's biggest music festivals.
Reading Festival finished last night with thousands of festival-goers now leaving the site at Richfield Avenue in the rain and mud. People are being warned of delays on the roads around the town centre.
What next for businesses and homes hit by high waters.
A short time ago ITV Meridian spoke to Malcolm Tarling from the Association of British Insurers - and we asked how long people would have to wait for insurance companies to pay out?
As water levels drop across the region hundreds of people are counting the costs of the recent floods.
One pub in Oxford closed its doors two weeks ago and is undergoing extensive repairs. Elsewhere residents are faced with ongoing damp and contamination.
Juliette Fletcher reports.