In Gloucestershire, the landlord of a pub cut off by floods has been re-united with rescuers who saved members of his family after they were capsized from a boat into freezing water.
Pete Bartlett, who runs the Yew Tree Inn at Chaceley near Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire had been trying to get his wife Carol, brother in law Kevin and their dog to dry land to get some provisions.
But strong winds and waves overwhelmed them, and they ended in the water clinging to the branches of a tree. Our Gloucestershire correspondent Ken Goodwin reports.
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