One week after heavy rain caused major flooding in Flimby, the community has come together to help those in need.
Food, clothing, cleaning products and furniture have been donated to an emergency centre at the village's Old Methodist Church.
Similar centres have been set up in other towns and villages in West Cumbria, including Maryport.
Advisors from Allerdale Borough Council and Cumbria County Council are there to help people with issues like temporary housing and council tax relief.
But many of the people helping out are flood victims themselves.
The ground floor of Carol Tindall's home was completely ruined, and her car written off, but she's still giving up her time to volunteer:
Many older residents in the village and surrounding areas have been particularly badly affected by the flooding.
To help them, volunteers at the emergency centre are delivering food parcels.
Richard Banton is 75: