A meeting will take place tonight to discuss the future of the Hampshire town after it was brought to a standstill by floodwater earlier in the year. The public meeting will address issues surrounding how the town is coping after the flooding and how to prevent further damage.
The village of Hambledon in Hampshire has been flooded for weeks, with emergency teams pumping our water on a daily basis to protect homes. There are fears that heavy rain could, and will make things worse. Sally Simmonds reports.
Villagers in Hampshire says they are living on a knife edge as the bad weather continues. Last night, a fallen tree knocked out power to a number of homes in Hambledon which are relying on pumps to disperse flood water. Mel Bloor reports.
Interviewees: Hambledon resident Gordon Birdwood and Chair of Hambledon Flood Action Group Tony Higham.
When homes, streets and businesses are flooded in Hampshire - they are the ones who are sent to help and clean up by the local authority. Today - the emergency teams who've been deployed for weeks because of the floods have been told - you could be out of a job.
The county council is making millions of pounds in savings - and says, at this stage, it's just a proposal - but with flooding becoming more common is this a budget cut too far? Sally Simmonds has been investigating.
As the fall out from the recent bad weather continues, the main road of a Hampshire village has become a river after weeks of heavy rain. The residents of Hambledon have been using sandbags and pumps to fight rising flood water since the weekend.
Spirits are high but they want a permanent solution to a problem which began more than 50 years ago. Richard Jones reports.