Flooding in the aftermath of Storm Angus is causing delays and closures across the West CountryRead the full story ›
The B3135 through Cheddar Gorge has been closed on safety grounds. It was shut yesterday (Sunday 20 November) due to subsidence caused by heavy rain and flooding.
Water and rock are continuing to pour onto the road today, and the closure remains in place.
Somerset County Council’s highways team says it will reassess the situation later and sweep the debris from the route.
Drivers across the West Country have had nightmare journeys to work and beyond as flash flooding hit the region.
ITV's Wales and West correspondent Rupert Evelyn came across one beleaguered BMW driver in Long Ashton in Bristol. As you'll see in Rupert's video, he tried pushing and then being towed - but even that proved problematic.
The tail end of Storm Angus has lashed the West Country coastline causing flooding and other problems with more rain to comeRead the full story ›
Storm Angus has passed but the MET Office say people should prepare for more heavy rain to follow over the next few days.Read the full story ›
Heavy rain overnight caused rivers across the region to burst their banks and flood surrounding areas early this morning.Read the full story ›
A Somerset farmer is calling on MPs to learn the lessons of the flooding on the Levels three years ago which drove him from his home.Read the full story ›
Flash flooding caused problems across the West Country last night.
Services were cancelled on the Great Western Railway between Par and Newquay in Cornwall and there were a series of incidents in Plymouth.
One of our viewers, Phil Morgan, sent in these pictures:
Figures released today reveal the 'posher' South East is benefiting from Government grants for flood defences - while our region misses outRead the full story ›