Bill Freeman of the Lancing Manor Residents' Network speaks about local flooding.
There were long queues on the A27 at Lancing in Sussex today, with the dual carriageway reduced to one lane eastbound. Homes in nearby Manor Way were abandoned. Many gardens have been under several inches of water over the Christmas period.
Emergency pumping work has been going on to try to tackle what residents say is an ongoing problem.
Sussex Police are appealing for anyone who has been offered any distinctive rings in the Lancing area to contact them. A house on 'The Drive' was broken into between 8pm on Friday September 21 and 8am on Saturday September 22. Someone had forced a window open and stolen some jewellery.
– Detective Constable Andy Hobden, Sussex Police
"The jewellery was very sentimental to the home owner and they are desperate to have them returned. Four rings were taken and are described as an 18 carot white gold with a sapphire stone, two yellow gold ring, one with a black diamond and one with a ruby and diamond and an 18 carot gold ring with a ruby.
"They are distinctive and anyone who has been offered these rings is asked to contact police on 101 quoting serial 1528 of 22/9."
A man from Sussex has been jailed for a year for hacking into Facebook.
Gareth Crosskey targeted the account of a US citizen, prompting the breach to be reported to the FBI.
The 21-year-old, from Avon Close in Lancing, admitted computer misuse offences and was sentenced at Southwark Crown Court.
The Metropolitan Police's e-crime unit launched an investigation after he hacked into the account on January 12 last year, also gaining access to the victim's private email.
The Met got involved after the FBI traced the culprit to the UK and Crosskey was arrested at his home on July 14 last year.
A Met spokesman said: "Today's result should act as a deterrent to any individuals thinking of participating in this type of criminal activity.
"By taking swift action, police central e-crime unit officers were able to quickly detain Crosskey, thereby preventing further disruption to the victim."