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The 30th WOMAD festival in Wiltshire has been hailed a huge success. Sunday's rain failing to dampen spirits
From world artists to DJs, family drum workshops to fine cuisine, WOMAD kicks off for its 30th festival
Clearing up work is underway after a weekend of heavy flooding across the region. Malmesbury was among the worst towns affected. Some 20 homes were inundated. Residents said they hadn't seen such high water levels in at least 50 years.
The Mayor of Malmesbury has told us he lived in the town all his life and this is the worst he has ever seen it. Some residents were evacuated from their homes at 3am, others stayed but had to be rescued by fire crews early in the morning.
Resident Jenny Whitby talks of the moment water came in to her house leaving everything flooded. She's one of the many victims of the Malmesbury floods today and says if it keeps happening, she 'can't stay'.
– Spokeswoman for Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service
It's been building up there for a few days and has flooded now in the area down by the river.
Streets and houses have been flooded and we've rescued four people from two properties, three people from one house and a chap with asthma from another."
– Tom Hudson, Landlord of the Rose and Crown pub
The water is just outside the door. It's gone down a lot but I'm trying to get hold of some sandbags because more rain is forecast for later today. Houses across the road have been flooded to a depth of three or four feet, with furniture floating around in the rooms.
I've been here 14 years and there were floods in 2000 and again in 2007 but this is much worse than either of those."
It's the second day of the WOMAD festival in Wiltshire today [Saturday].
The three-day, world music event is celebrating its 30th anniversary. I
t features headline performances from Robert Plant and Jimmy Cliff. Licensing arrangements had been queried by police but the event is expected to attract more than 45,000 people.
The Womad festival is celebrating its 30th anniversary. The three-day world music spectacle in Wiltshire features headline performances from Robert Plant and Jimmy Cliff.
A last minute agreement on policing was reached earlier this week for the event, which is expected to attract more than 45 thousand people. Carrie Garrad reports.