Work is starting to repair damage caused by the storms that battered almost every part of the South West coast.
Our Cornwall Correspondent Steve Hardy reports from Portreath, where the harbour wall was hit by 30 feet high waves, destroying a stone hut that had stood for more than a hundred years:
Three year old Elsa Sadler can't have a birthday party because the floods on the Somerset Levels mean her friends can't get there.
It's now more than two weeks since huge parts of Somerset were hit by the flooding and it could be many more before life returns to normal.
People living on the Somerset Levels, many of whom are cut off by the recent floods, are calling for regular dredging to solve the problem