Tewkesbury Borough Councils, businesses and residents have joined forces to say that, despite the flooding in Gloucestershire, the town is still open for business.
These aerial pictures show the flooding at Upton upon Severn and then in Tewkesbury
The Environment Agency is keeping a close eye on river levels with more rain forecast. A yellow warning has been issued for the region with winds of up to 80 miles per hour predicted.
Large areas of Tewkesbury and the Somerset levels are already saturated from rainfall over the Christmas period.
Large parts of the Somerset Levels and Gloucestershire are underwater after heavy rainfall over Christmas.
These pictures were taken of Tewkesbury earlier today where flooding of the community hospital car park forced it to close. A flood warning for the area has been lifted but there is still a lot of water around as you can see.
You can see more pictures of Tewkesbury here
The owner of property that has been destroyed by fire at a caravan storage park near Tewkesbury has told ITV News that she is 'gutted' at the devastation.
Caroline Abbott said she never expected it would happen to her possessions.
The owner of a caravan site where 50 caravans were destroyed by fire says there were floating lanterns let off into the sky on the night the blaze took hold.
The caravans were being stored at the Croft Farm Waterpark, where there is also a boating lake.
The owner said there was a party in the site's clubhouse, and chinese style floating lanterns were set off into the sky.
A spokesman for the Hereford & Worcester Fire Service said it was too early to say how the fire started. He did not rule out the possibility it could have been caused by a floating lantern.
This video shows the wreckage of around 50 caravans which were destroyed by a large fire at a storage site near Tewkesbury.
Ten fire engines were needed to tackle the blaze in Bredons Hardwick, and involved crews from the Hereford and Worcester & Gloucestershire fire Services.
Crews managed to contain the fire and averted disaster, as at one point flames were spreading towards a 2000 litre fuel storage vessel.
Police have arrested a man after a pitch invasion during Leyton Orient's League One clash away at Swindon Town yesterday.
Orient's 3-1 win at the County Ground was marred when a Swindon supporter ran on to the pitch and appeared to attack the league leader's goalkeeper, Jamie Jones.
Jones' manager, Russell Slade, said although his player was unhurt, he was left angry by the incident - which he described as the worst he had seen since becoming a manager.
Swindon chairman Jed McCrory said the club would be launching a review of its safety measures.
Wiltshire Police confirmed they had arrested a 26-year-old man in connection with the incident.
A force spokesman said: "He was arrested on suspicion of pitch invasion and remains in custody at Gablecross Police Station, Swindon, at this stage.
"Police inquiries are ongoing."