Flood water rises

Flood water rises

Flood water rises

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FLOOD water has risen in parts of Salisbury over the last few weeks, with numerous flood warnings being issued across south Wiltshire.

Queen Elizabeth Gardens, Salisbury’s Town Path, and Harnham have flooded as well as Stratford-sub-Castle and Burcombe.

Numerous warnings have been put in place by the Environment Agency over the last week including at Dolphin Industrial Estate, Muttons Bridge, St Nicholas Road and The Close in Salisbury, and Ebbesbourne Wake, Bowerchalke, Broad Chalke, Bishopstone, Stratford Tony, Coombe Bissett, Tidworth, the Woodfords and Great Durnford.

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9:50pm Wed 2 Jan 13

justin sanford says...

looks bad but not s bad as the floods of 1915,take a look here:

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looks bad but not s bad as the floods of 1915,take a look here: http://www.flickr.co m/photos/9228131@N07 /8223736723/in/photo stream justin sanford
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12:52pm Thu 3 Jan 13

Village Idiot says...

Read that a report dated 2009 by the EA stated that they were to increrase the water table throughout the whole of the Avon Valley! All to do with improving it for the wildfowl and wetland birds as they migrate and breed! What, people don't count then?
Read that a report dated 2009 by the EA stated that they were to increrase the water table throughout the whole of the Avon Valley! All to do with improving it for the wildfowl and wetland birds as they migrate and breed! What, people don't count then? Village Idiot
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