Memorial services are taking place today to mark 60 years since the Great Flood - which badly affected Lincolnshire.
Forty two people died in 1953 when severe gales and a high tide caused the sea to surge inland, leaving much of the county flooded.
Services will take place at:
2pm Dunes Theatre, Mablethorpe, followed by the unveiling and dedication of a memorial stone at 3pm
4.30pm St Peter and St Paul Church, Ingoldmells
6pm St Matthew's Church, Skegness - service to be led by the Bishop of Lincoln.
In total, 307 people drowned as the floods went south.