The owner of a B&B has taken to social media to encourage tourists to still visit the Yorkshire Dales, as the floods clear-up gets underway.Read the full story ›
Rescuers reported seeing sheds and oil tanks floating down roads as "100 or more" homes in the Yorkshire Dales were deluged on Tuesday.Read the full story ›
Communities in the Yorkshire Dales have been hit by flash flooding as forecasters warned that Britain could face more heavy rain.Read the full story ›
284 families have been told they can return to their homes after the town was devastated by floods.Read the full story ›
Agricultural workers are among those braced for a financial hit, after the heavy rainfall caused the River Steeping to burst its banks.Read the full story ›
St Michael's Church in Mytholmroyd was left under four feet of water in the Boxing Day floods of 2015.Read the full story ›
Record June rainfall totals were recorded ten years ago this weekend which resulted in widespread flooding and disruption.Read the full story ›
Floods minister Thérèse Coffey visits Mytholmroyd to see design options for a new £15 million flood alleviation scheme.Read the full story ›
The community spirit of Hebden Bridge, devastated by the Boxing Day floods, has been celebrated at the town's annual Handmade Parade.Read the full story ›
Five months to the day since the Boxing Day floods devastated large parts of Calderdale, new defences costing £10 million have been unveiled in a bid to prevent a repeat of the disaster.
The village of Mytholmroyd was one of those worst affected, when the River Calder burst its banks last year. Hundreds of homes and business were engulfed by up to six feet of water.
The Environment Agency says it hopes the new scheme will help prevent future flooding. But some say more needs to be done. Chris Kiddey has the details.