Gloucestershire Council has confirmed how it will be spending more than a million pounds in flood defence works across the county.
60 years ago today, the villages of Lynmouth and Barbrook were devastated by floods
Heavy rain has caused flooding in North Somerset and a landslide in Portbury. Fire crews spent last night pumping out homes.
It is a year since devastating floods in Somerset and many people are still not back in their homes. People living in the Chew Valley were badly hit by torrential rain and one man died when his car was washed down a flooded brook.
Today the Environment Agency said people need to be ready for bad weather to hit again and prepare their homes as best they can. Laura Makin Isherwood reports.
Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis has given his backing to a new scheme to prevent flooding on the Somerset Levels. He wants improvements made to the maintenance of the area which he currently describes as 'a shambles'.
The Royal Bath and West of England Society is aiming to raise £4 million to dredge the rivers in the area, which covers a 170,000 acres and makes up 15 per cent of the county of Somerset.
Bob Cruwys reports.
Dozens of families across Somerset are being given emergency cash to help them cope in the aftermath of the recent floods. Grants of 250 pounds are being handed out, from a 50 thousand pound council pot.
Rebecca Broxton's been to the village of Cannington - one of the worst affected areas near Bridgwater.
The effects of last weekend's extreme weather continue to be felt even as floodwaters recede. Today, emergency crews helped to deliver bales of hay to 60 horses that have been stranded all week in fields near Gloucester.
Their owners rented the land without realising the threat of floods. The RSPCA has warned that people with animals need to be prepared when extreme weather is forecast.
Amateur footage shot by David Dunn in Keynsham shows the moment he rescued an elderly man from flood water.
Fire crews have rescued three people trapped in a car on the Somerset Levels. It happened on the road from Huish Episcopi to Muchelney. No one is reported injured.