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People in Somerset are being invited to take part in a free day of training workshops in Sedgemoor to help prepare for emergencies such as flooding and snow.
The event, taking place on Thursday 25 October, has been organised by the Environment Agency.
It is aimed at better preparing communities for incidents like the flooding seen in the county in 2014.
It will run from 10am to 4pm at the Sedgemoor Auction Centre, near North Petherton.
Gemma and Marc Peck say the problem caused by two blocked gullies has already wrecked their garden and is threatening their house.Read the full story ›
The A37 is blocked northbound because of flooding at Stratton.
Heavy rain overnight and in the early hours is causing delays across the South West.
The downpour caused flooding at the railway bridge on the A37 and as a result police placed flood warning signs telling people to avoid the road.
Despite these warnings, Travel Dorset says some drivers are not following the police's instructions.
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Throughout December the Environment Agency will be registering around 375,000 people.Read the full story ›
Rail services have been suspended on South Western Railway trains between Axminster and Yeovil Junction stations.
This is because of flooding at Crewkerne.
National Rail says services running through these stations may be cancelled, delayed by up to 60 minutes or revised.
Disruption is expected until 3pm.
Passengers are being warned to plan ahead of travelling.
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